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Full text of "1980 Census of housing. Volume 2, Metropolitan Housing characteristics. Standard Metropolitian Statistical Area. Cincinnati, Ohio-KY.-IND."

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Metropolitan Housing 
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CINCINNATI, OHIO-K Y.-IND. 

STANDARD METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA 




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Housing 



U.S. Department of Commerce 

BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 



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Census of 
Housing 

VOLUME 2 



Metropolitan 
Housing 

Characteristics 



CINCINNATI, 
OHIO-KY.-IND. 

HC80-2-121 



Issued October 1983 



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U.S. Department of Commerce 

Malcolm Baldrige, Secretary 

Robert G. Dederick, 

Under Secretary for 

Economic Affairs 

BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 
C. L. Kincannon, Acting Director 



Data Index 

For list of contents seepage IX. 

Table 

Value 1, 14, 25, 

36,47,58 

Gross Rent 2, 15, 26, 

37,48,59 

Income and Poverty Status in 1979 of Owner- 
Occupied Housing Units 3, 16, 27, 

38, 49, 60 

Income and Poverty Status in 1979 of Renter- 
Occupied Housing Units 4, 17, 28, 

39,50,61 

Selected Monthly Owner Costs for Mortgaged 

Housing Units 5, 18, 29, 

40,51,62 

Selected Monthly Owner Costs for Not Mortgaged 

Housing Units 6, 19, 30, 

41,52,63 

Year Structure Built 7, 20, 31 , 

42, 53, 64 

Units in Structure 8, 21, 32, 

43,54,65 

Size of Household 9, 22, 33, 

44, 55, 66 

Household Composition and Age of Householder ... 10, 23, 34, 

45,56,67 

One-Person Households 1 1 , 24, 35, 

46,57,68 

Duration of Vacancy 12 

Price Asked and Rent Asked 13 




BUREAU OF THE CENSUS 

C. L. Kincannon, Acting Director 



HOUSING DIVISION 
Arthur F. Young, Chief 



Acknowledgments 



Many persons participated in the diverse 
activities of the 1980 census. These acknowl- 
edgments generally reflect staff during the post- 
census data publication process. The Bureau 
was guided by Director, Bruce Chapman 
anc Deputy Director, C. L. Kincannon. Pri- 
mary direction of the data publication pro- 
gram was performed by William P. Butz, 
Associate Director for Demographic Fields, 
assisted by Peter A. Bounpane, Assistant 
Director for Demographic Census, in con- 
junction with Barbara A. Bailar, Associate 
Director for Statistical Standards and Meth- 
odology, Howard N. Hamilton, Acting Asso- 
ciate Director for Information Technology, 
James D. Lincoln, then Associate Director for 
Administration, and Stanley D. Moore, Asso- 
ciate Director for Field Operations. The Direc- 
tor's staff was assisted by Sherry L.Courtland. 
Direction of the census enumeration and early 
processing activities was provided by Vincent P. 
Barabba, former Director; Daniel B. Levine, 
former Deputy Director; and George E. Hall, 
former Associate Director 

Responsibility for the overall planning, 
coordinating, processing, and publication of the 
1980 census was in the Decennial Census 
Division under the direction of Stanley D. 
Matchett, Chief, assisted by Rachel F. Brown 
and Roger O. Lepage, Assistant Division Chiefs. 
The following Branch Chiefs were responsible 
for support services: Donald R. Dalzell, H. Ray 
Dennis, Stephen E. Goldman, Dennis W. 
Stoudt, and Richard R. Warren. 

Responsibility for developing the housing 
portion of the 1980 census questionnaire con- 
tent, designing the tabulations, and preparing 
this report was in the Housing Division under 
the supervision of Arthur F. Young, Chief; 
Leonard J. Norry, Assistant Chief; and William 
A. Downs, Chief, Decennial Planning and Data 
Services Branch. This report was prepared by 
Robert W. Bonnette, Carol A. Comisarow, 
Richard G. Knapp, and Charles N. Moore. 
Important contributions were made by Carmina 
F. Young, Special Assistant. 

Administration support was provided by the 
Administrative Services Division, Robert L. 



Kirkland, Chief, and William C. Fanning, Assist- 
ant Chief. 

Computer processing was performed in 
the Computer Services Division, C. Thomas 
DiNenna, Chief, James E. Steed, George M. 
Bowden, and Joseph J. Sferrella, Assistant 
Chiefs. 

Questionnaire processing procedures were 
developed in the Decennial Processing Staff, 
James S. Working, then Chief, under the direc- 
tion of Harry O'Haver, then Assistant Chief. 
The clerical coding and microfilming of the 
sample questionnaires were performed at three 
decennial processing locations as follows: Data 
Preparation Division, Don L. Adams, Chief; 
Jeffersonville Processing Office, Robert L. 
Kirkland, then Processing Manager; New 
Orleans Processing Office, Robert L. Allen, 
Chief; and Laguna Niguel Processing Office, 
Robert N. Scheller, Chief. 

User services were provided by the Data 
User Services Division under the supervision 
of Michael G. Garland, Chief, Marshall L. 
Turner, Jr., and Paul T. Zeisset, Assistant Chiefs. 

Data collection activities were supervised 
in the Field Division by Lawrence T. Love, 
Chief, under the direction of Richard Blass, 
Charles Hancock, and George T. Reiner, Assist- 
ant Chiefs, with the assistance of the directors 
and assistant directors of the Bureau's regional 
offices. 

Geographic programs and plans were devel- 
oped in the Geography Division under the 
direction of Robert W. Marx, Chief; Joseph J. 
Knott and Silla G. Tomasi, Assistant Chiefs; and 
Donald I. Hirschfeld, Special Assistant. 

Publications editing, design, composition, 
and printing procurement were performed by 
the staff of the Publications Services Division, 
Raymond J. Koski, Chief; Milton S. Andersen, 
Arlene C. Duckett, and Gerald A. Mann, 
Branch Chiefs. 

The Statistical Methods Division was largely 
responsible for weighting sample data and 



producing variance estimates. This work was 
supervised by Charles D. Jones, Chief. Susan M. 
Miskura and Robert T. O'Reagan, Assistant 
Chiefs. Important contributions were made by 
David H. Diskin, Milton C. Fan, Thomas W. 
Harahush, Robert S. Jewett, J. Kim, Teresa A. 
Passalacqua, Charles E. Talbert, John H. 
Thompson, and Henry F. Woltman. 

The system design, technical specifications, 
assembly, and installation of the FOSDIC and 
Automated Camera Technology System were 
the responsibility of the Technical Services 
Division, C. Thomas DiNenna, Acting Chief, 
and Robert J. Varson, Branch Chief. 

Many other persons participated in the 
various activities of the 1980 census. For a 
list of key personnel , refer to the History of the 
1980 Census of Population and Housing, 
(PHC80-R2). 



Library of Congress Cataloging in Publication 
Data 

1980 census of housing. Volume 2, Metro- 
politan housing characteristics. 

HC80-2- 

Issued August 1983- 

1. Housing— United States— Statistics. 2. 
Households— United States— Statistics. 3. 
United States-Census, 20th, 1980. I. United 
States. Bureau of the Census. II. Title: Metro- 
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List of HC80-2, Metropolitan Housing Characteristics, Reports 



Report 


No. 


Area 


1 


U.S. Summary 


2 


Alabama 


3 


Alaska 


4 


Arizona 


5 


Arkansas 


6 


California 


7 


Colorado 


8 


Connecticut 


9 


Delaware 


10 


Not assigned 


11 


Florida 


12 


Georgia 


13 


Hawaii 


14 


Idaho 


15 


Illinois 


16 


Indiana 


17 


Iowa 


18 


Kansas 


19 


Kentucky 


20 


Louisiana 


21 


Maine 


22 


Maryland 


23 


Massachusetts 


24 


Michigan 


25 


Minnesota 


26 


Mississippi 


27 


Missouri 


28 


Montana 


29 


Nebraska 


30 


Nevada 


31 


New Hampshire 


32 


New Jersey 


33 


New Mexico 


34 


New York 


35 


North Carolina 


36 


North Dakota 


37 


Ohio 


38 


Oklahoma 


39 


Oregon 


40 


Pennsylvania 



Report 




No. 


Area 


41 


Rhode Island 


42 


South Carolina 


43 


South Dakota 


44 


Tennessee 


45 


Texas 


46 


Utah 


47 


Vermont 


48 


Virginia 


49 


Washington 


50 


West Virginia 


51 


Wisconsin 


52 


Wyoming 


53 


Puerto Rico 


54 


Not assigned 


55 


Not assigned 



Report 
No. 



Area 



Report 
No. 



Area 



77 Atlanta, Ga. 

78 Atlantic City, N.J. 

79 Augusta, Ga.-S.C. 

80 Austin, Tex. 

81 Bakersfield, Calif. 

82 Baltimore, Md. 

83 Bangor, Maine 

84 Baton Rouge, La. 

85 Battle Creek, Mich. 







120 


86 


Bay City, Mich. 


121 


87 


Beaumont-Port Arthur- 
Orange, Tex. 


122 


88 


Bellingham, Wash. 


123 


89 


Benton Harbor, Mich. 


124 


90 


Billings, Mont. 


125 



56 Not assigned 

57 Not assigned 

58 Abilene, Tex. 

59 Akron, Ohio 

60 Albany, Ga. 

61 Albany-Schenectady- 

Troy, N.Y. 

62 Albuquerque, N. Mex. 

63 Alexandria, La. 

64 Allentown-Bethlehem-Easton, 



91 Biloxi-Gulfport, Miss. 

92 Binghamton,N.Y.-Pa. 

93 Birmingham, Ala. 

94 Bismarck, N. Dak. 

95 Bloomington, Ind. 

96 Bloomington-Normal, II 

97 Boise City, Idaho 

98 Boston, Mass. 

99 Bradenton, Fla. 
100 Bremerton, Wash. 





Pa.-N.J. 




101 


Bridgeport, Conn. 


65 


Altoona, Pa. 




102 
103 


Bristol, Conn. 
Brockton, Mass. 


66 


Amarillo,Tex. 




104 


Brownsville-Harlingen- 


67 


Anaheim -Santa Ana 


-Garden 




San Benito, Tex. 




Grove, Calif. 




105 


Bryan-College Station, Tex 


68 


Anchorage, Alaska 








69 


Anderson, Ind. 




106 


Buffalo, N.Y. 


70 


Anderson, S.C. 




107 


Burlington, N.C. 



71 Ann Arbor, Mich. 

72 Anniston, Ala. 

73 Appleton-Oshkosh, Wis. 

74 Arecibo, P.R. 

75 Asheville, N.C. 

76 Athens, Ga. 



108 Burlington, Vt. 

109 Caguas, P.R. 

110 Canton, Ohio 

111 Casper, Wyo. 

112 Cedar Rapids, Iowa 

113 Champaign-Urbana- 

Rantoul, III. 



114 Charleston-North 

Charleston, S.C. 

115 Charleston, W. Va. 

116 Charlotte-Gastonia, N.C. 

117 Charlottesville, Va. 

118 Chattanooga, Tenn.-Ga. 

119 Chicago, III. 



Chico, Calif. 

Cincinnati, Ohio-Ky.-lnd. 
Clarksville-Hopkinsville, 
Tenn.-Ky. 
Cleveland, Ohio 
Colorado Springs, Colo. 
Columbia, Mo. 



126 Columbia, S.C. 

127 Columbus, Ga.-Ala. 

128 Columbus, Ohio 

129 Corpus Christi, Tex. 

130 Cumberland, Md.-W. Va. 

131 Dallas-Fort Worth, Tex. 

132 Danbury, Conn. 

133 Danville, Va. 

134 Davenport-Rock Island- 

Moline, Iowa-Ill. 

135 Dayton, Ohio 

136 Daytona Beach, Fla. 

137 Decatur, III. 

138 Denver-Boulder, Colo. 

139 Des Moines, Iowa 

140 Detroit, Mich. 

141 Dubuque, Iowa 

142 Duluth-Superior, Minn. 

Wis. 

143 Eau Claire, Wis. 

144 El Paso, Tex. 

145 Elkhart, Ind. 

146 Elmira, N.Y. 

147 Enid, Okla. 



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No. 



Area 



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No. 



Area 



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No. 



Area 



148 Erie, Pa. 

149 Eugene-Springfield, Oreg. 

150 Evansville, Ind.-Ky. 

151 Fall River, Mass.- R.I. 

152 Fargo-Moorhead, N. Dak.- 

Minn. 

153 Fayetteville, NX. 

154 Fayetteville-Springdale, 

Ark. 

155 Fitchburg-Leominster, Mass. 

156 Flint, Mich. 

157 Florence, Ala. 

158 Florence, S.C. 

159 Fort Collins, Colo. 

160 Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood, 

Fla. 

161 Fort Myers-Cape Coral, Fla. 

162 Fort Smith, Ark.-Okla. 

163 Fort Walton Beach, Fla. 

164 Fort Wayne, Ind. 

165 Fresno, Calif. 

166 Gadsden, Ala. 

167 Gainesville, Fla. 

168 Galveston-Texas City, Tex. 

169 Gary-Hammond-East 

Chicago, Ind. 

170 Glens Falls, N.Y. 

171 Grand Forks, N.Dak.- 

Minn. 

172 Grand Rapids, Mich. 

173 Great Falls, Mont. 

174 Greeley, Colo. 

175 Green Bay, Wis. 

176 Greensboro-Winston-Salem- 

High Point, N.C. 

177 Greenville-Spartanburg, S.C. 

178 Hagerstown, Md. 

179 Hamilton-Middletown, 

Ohio 

180 Harrisburg, Pa. 

181 Hartford, Conn. 

182 Hickory, N.C. 

183 Honolulu, Hawaii 

184 Houston, Tex. 

185 Huntington-Ashland, 

W. Va.-Ky.-Ohio 

186 Huntsville, Ala. 



187 Indianapolis, Ind. 

188 Iowa City, Iowa 

189 Jackson, Mich. 

190 Jackson, Miss. 

191 Jacksonville, Fla. 

192 Jacksonville, N.C. 

193 Janesville-Beloit, Wis. 

194 Jersey City, N.J. 

195 Johnson City-Kingsport- 

Bristol,Tenn.-Va. 

196 Johnstown, Pa. 

197 Joplin, Mo. 

198 Kalamazoo-Portage, Mich. 

199 Kankakee, III. 

200 Kansas City, Mo.-Kans. 

201 Kenosha, Wis. 

202 Killeen-Temple, Tex. 

203 Knoxville, Tenn. 

204 Kokomo, Ind. 

205 La Crosse, Wis. 

206 Lafayette, La. 

207 Lafayette-West Lafayette, 

Ind. 

208 Lake Charles, La. 

209 Lakeland-Winter Haven, 

Fla. 

210 Lancaster, Pa. 

211 Lansing-East Lansing, 

Mich. 

212 Laredo, Tex. 

213 LasCruces, N. Mex. 

214 Las Vegas, Nev. 

215 Lawrence, Kans. 

216 Lawrence-Haverhill, 

Mass.-N.H. 

217 Lawton, Okla. 

218 Lewiston-Auburn, Maine 

219 Lexington-Fayette, Ky. 

220 Lima, Ohio 

221 Lincoln, Nebr. 

222 Little Rock-North Little 

Rock, Ark. 

223 Long Branch-Asbury 

Park, N.J. 

224 Longview-Marshall,Tex. 

225 Lorain-Elyria, Ohio 

226 Los Angeles-Long Beach, 

Calif. 



227 Louisville, Ky.-lnd. 

228 Lowell, Mass.-N.H. 

229 Lubbock, Tex. 

230 Lynchburg, Va. 

231 Macon, Ga. 

232 Madison, Wis. 

233 Manchester, N.H. 

234 Mansfield, Ohio 

235 Mayaguez, P.R. 

236 McAllen-Pharr-Edinburg, 

Tex. 

237 Medford, Oreg. 

238 Melbourne-Titusville- 

Cocoa, Fla. 

239 Memphis, Tenn. -Ark- 

Miss. 

240 Meriden, Conn. 

241 Miami, Fla. 

242 Midland, Tex. 

243 Milwaukee, Wis. 

244 Minneapolis-St. Paul, 

Minn. -Wis. 

245 Mobile, Ala. 

246 Modesto, Calif. 

247 Monroe, La. 

248 Montgomery, Ala. 

249 Muncie, Ind. 

250 Muskegon-Norton Shores- 

Muskegon Heights, Mich. 

251 Nashua, N.H. 

252 Nashville-Davidson, Tenn. 

253 Nassau-Suffolk, N.Y. 

254 New Bedford, Mass. 

255 New Britain, Conn. 

256 New Brunswick-Perth 

Amboy-Sayreville, N.J. 

257 New Haven-West Haven, 

Conn. 

258 New London-Norwich, 

Conn.-R.l. 

259 New Orleans, La. 

260 New York, N.Y.-N.J. 

261 Newark, N.J. 

262 Newark, Ohio 

263 Newburgh-Middletown, 

N.Y. 

264 Newport News-Hampton, 

Va. 



265 Norfolk-Virginia Beach- 

Portsmouth, Va.-N.C. 

266 Northeast Pennsylvania 

267 Norwalk, Conn. 

268 Ocala, Fla. 

269 Odessa, Tex. 

270 Oklahoma City, Okla. 

271 Olympia,Wash. 

272 Omaha, Nebr.-lowa 

273 Orlando, Fla. 

274 Owensboro, Ky. 

275 Oxnard-Simi Valley- 

Ventura, Calif. 

276 Panama City, Fla. 

277 Parkersburg-Marietta, 

W. Va.-Ohio 

278 Pascagoula-Moss Point, 

Miss. 

279 Paterson-Clifton-Passaic, N.J. 

280 Pensacola, Fla. 

281 Peoria, III. 

282 Petersburg-Colonial 

Heights-Hopewell, Va. 

283 Philadelphia, Pa.-N.J. 

284 Phoenix, Ariz. 

285 Pine Bluff, Ark. 

286 Pittsburgh, Pa. 

287 Pittsfield, Mass. 

288 Ponce, P.R. 

289 Portland, Maine 

290 Portland, Oreg.-vVash. 

291 Portsmouth-Dover- 

Rochester, N.H. -Maine 

292 Poughkeepsie, N.Y. 

293 Providence-Warwick- 

Pawtucket, R.I. -Mass. 

294 Provo-0 rem, Utah 

295 Pueblo, Colo. 

296 Racine, Wis. 

297 Raleigh-Durham, N.C. 

298 Reading, Pa. 

299 Redding, Calif. 

300 Reno, Nev. 

301 Richland-Kennewick- 

Pasco, Wash. 

302 Richmond, Va. 

303 Riverside-San Bernardino- 

Ontario, Calif. 



IV 



List of HC80-2, Metropolitan Housing Characteristics, Reports 



Report 


Report 




Report 


Report 


No. 


Area 


No. 


Area 


No. 


Area 


No. 


Area 


304 


Roanoke, Va. 


323 


San Juan, P.R. 


343 


State College, Pa. 


362 


Vineland-Millville- 


305 


Rochester, Minn. 


324 


Santa Barbara-Santa 


344 


Steubenville-Weirton, 




Bridgeton, N.J. 








Maria-Lompoc, Calif. 




Ohio-W. Va. 


363 


Visalia-Tulare-Porterville, 


306 


Rochester, N.Y. 


325 


Santa Cruz, Calif. 


345 


Stockton, Calif. 




Calif. 


307 


Rockford, III. 










364 


Waco, Tex. 


308 


Rock Hill.S.C. 


326 


Santa Rosa, Calif. 


346 


Syracuse, N.Y. 


365 


Washington, D.C.-Md.-Va. 


309 


Sacramento, Calif. 


327 


Sarasota, Fla. 


347 


Tacoma, Wash. 






310 


Saginaw, Mich. 


328 


Savannah, Ga. 


348 


Tallahassee, Fla. 


366 


Waterbury, Conn. 






329 


Seattle-Everett, Wash. 


349 


Tampa-St. Petersburg, Fla. 


367 


Waterloo-Cedar Falls, 


311 


St. Cloud, Minn. 


330 


Sharon, Pa. 


350 


Terre Haute, Ind. 




Iowa 


312 


St. Joseph, Mo. 










368 


Wausau, Wis. 


313 
314 
315 


St. Louis, Mo.-lll. 
Salem, Oreg. 
Salinas-Seaside-Monterey, 


331 
332 
333 


Sheboygan, Wis. 
Sherman-Denison, Tex. 
Shreveport, La. 


351 
352 


Texarkana, Tex.- 
Texarkana, Ark. 
Toledo, Ohio-Mich. 


369 
370 


West Palm Beach-Boca 

Raton, Fla. 
Wheeling, W. Va.-Ohio 




Calif. 


334 


Sioux City, lowa-Nebr. 


353 


Topeka, Kans. 


371 


Wichita, Kans. 






335 


Sioux Falls, S. Dak. 


354 


Trenton, N.J. 


372 


Wichita Falls, Tex. 


316 


Salisbury-Concord, N.C. 






355 


Tucson, Ariz. 


373 


Williamsport, Pa. 
Wilmington, Del.-N.J.-Md. 


317 


Salt LakeCity-Ogden, 


336 


South Bend, Ind. 






374 




Utah 


337 


Spokane, Wash. 


356 


Tulsa, Okla. 


375 


Wilmington, N.C. 


318 


San Angelo, Tex. 


338 


Springfield, III. 


357 


Tuscaloosa, Ala. 






319 


San Antonio, Tex. 


339 


Springfield, Mo. 


358 


Tyler, Tex. 


376 


Worcester, Mass. 


320 


San Diego, Calif. 


340 


Springfield, Ohio 


359 


Utica-Rome, N.Y. 


377 


Yakima, Wash. 










360 


Valtejo-Fairf ield-N apa. 


378 


York, Pa. 


321 


San Francisco-Oakland, 
Calif. 


341 


Springfield-Chicopee- 
Holyoke, Mass.-Conn. 




Calif. 


379 


Youngstown-Warren, 
Ohio 


322 


San Jose, Calif. 


342 


Stamford, Conn. 


361 


Victoria, Tex. 


380 


Yuba City, Calif. 



APPENDIXES 

A. Area Classifications A— 1 

B. Definitions and Explanations of Subject 

Characteristics B— 1 

C. General Enumeration and Processing 

Procedures C— 1 

D. Accuracy of the Data D— 1 

E. Facsimiles of Respondent Instructions and 

Questionnaire Pages E— 1 

F. Publication and Computer Tape Program ... . F — 1 



Introduction 



GENERAL VII 

CONTENTS OF THE REPORT. . . VII 

DERIVED FIGURES (Means, 

Medians, and Percents) VIII 

SYMBOLS AND GEOGRAPHIC 

ABBREVIATIONS VIII 

SUPPRESSION OF DATA FOR 

CONFIDENTIALITY VIII 



GENERAL 

This report is part of the Metropolitan 
Housing Characteristics series and pre- 
sents cross-tabulations of sample data on 
housing and household characteristics 
from the 1980 Census of Population and 
Housing. Legal provision for this census, 
which was conducted as of April 1, 1980, 
was made in the Act of Congress of 
August 31, 1954 (amended August 1957, 
December 1975, and October 1976), 
which codified Title 13, United States 
Code. 

The content and procedures of the 
1980 census were determined after 
evaluation of the results of the 1970 
census, consultation with a wide variety 
of users of census data, and extensive 
field testing. A number of changes were 
introduced in 1980 to improve the useful- 
ness of the census results. The changes do 
not, however, affect to any appreciable 
extent the comparability between the 
1980 data and the 1970 data. Further 
information on comparability appears in 
Appendix B, "Definitions and Explana- 
tions of Subject Characteristics." 

More detailed information on the 
technical and procedural matters covered 
in the text of this report can be obtained 
by writing to the Director, Bureau of the 
Census, Washington, D.C. 20233. Such 
information will also appear in other 
publications of the 1980 census. 

The Metropolitan Housing Character- 
istics series consists of a United States 



Summary report and individual reports 
for each of the 50 States, Puerto Rico, 
and each of the standard metropolitan 
statistical areas (SMSA's) in the United 
States and Puerto Rico. The abbreviated 
identification for this report is HC80-2 
(i.e., Housing Census, 1980, Volume 2) 
followed by a number representing the 
State or SMSA. 

In the SMSA reports, data are pub- 
lished for the following levels of geog- 
raphy: the SMSA, each central city, and 
each place of 50,000 or more population. 
In the State reports, data are shown for 
the State, that part of the State inside 
SMSA's, and inside central cities. In the 
United States Summary report, data are 
published for the United States total, 
inside SMSA's, and inside central cities, 
and for the four census regions, the 
region total, inside SMSA's, and inside 
central cities. 



CONTENTS OF THE REPORT 

This report contains text (this introduc- 
tion and six appendixes), a table of 
contents, one or more maps, and a series 
of detailed tables. The detailed tables are 
organized to provide a set of 68 tables 
for each geographic area (State, SMSA, 
central city, etc.) covered in the report. 
As shown in the "Index of Tables" on 
page IX, the set of tables for each geo- 
graphic area is identified with a unique 
letter (A, B, C, etc.) prefix in the table 
number. In the SMSA reports, the SMSA 
is presented first, followed by the sets of 
tables for the central cities and places, 
all in alphabetical order. 

For each particular area, the 68 tables 
consist of: 13 tables for the area in its 
entirety, 44 tables for occupied housing 
units classified by the racial group of the 
householder, and 11 tables for occupied 
housing units with householders of 
Spanish origin. More specifically, tables 



1 to 13 are for the entire State, SMSA, 
central city, or place; tables 14 to 24 are 
for housing units with a White house- 
holder; tables 25 to 35 are for units with 
a Black householder; tables 36 to 46 are 
for units with an American Indian, Eski- 
mo, or Aleut householder; tables 47 to 
57 are for units with an Asian or Pacific 
Islander householder; and tables 58 to 
68 are for units with a Spanish origin 
householder. 

The race and Spanish origin tables are 
presented for SMSA's and places only 
when certain population-size criteria are 
met. Tables 25 to 35 (Black); 36 to 46 
(American Indian, Eskimo, and Aleut); 
and 47 to 57 (Asian and Pacific Islander) 
are presented only when the particular 
area's population contains 10,000 or 
more persons of the given racial group or 
when the persons in the given racial groups 
constitute 10 percent or more of the total 
population of the particular area. If any 
of these 3 sets of tables qualify to appear 
for an area, tables 14 to 24 (White) are 
also presented. The Spanish origin tables 
(58 to 68) are shown if there are 10,000 
or more Spanish origin persons in the par- 
ticular area or if such persons constitute 
10 percent or more of the total popula- 
tion of the particular area. 

Appearing last in the report are the 
appendixes. Appendix A describes the 
various area classifications (e.g., standard 
metropolitan statistical area, census desig- 
nated place). Appendix B provides defini- 
tions and explanations for the subjects 
covered in this report. Appendix C briefly 
explains the residence rules used in 
counting the population and describes the 
data collection and processing procedures. 
Appendix D presents information on the 
sources of error in the data and on editing 
procedures. Appendix E contains fac- 
similes of the 1980 census questionnaire 
pages and respondent instructions. Ap- 
pendix F summarizes the data dissemina- 
tion program of the 1980 census. 



VII 



Introduction 



DERIVED FIGURES (Means, 
Medians, and Percents) 

This report presents means, medians, 
and percents, as well as certain rates and 
ratios. The median— a type of average— is 
the middle value in a distribution; i.e., 
the median divides the distribution into 
two equal parts: one-half of the cases 
are below the median and one-half of the 
cases are above the median. Percents and 
other derived measures which round to 
less than 0.1 are not shown but are indi- 
cated as zero (i.e., "— "). 

Medians for rooms are rounded to the 
nearest tenth; for age, to the nearest 
year; for persons, to the nearest hundredth ; 
for value, to the nearest hundred dollars; 
and for income, selected monthly owner 
costs, contract and gross rent, to the 
nearest dollar. In computing medians for 
rooms and persons per housing unit, the 
whole number is used as the midpoint of 
the interval so that, for example, the 
category "3 rooms" is treated as an inter- 
val ranging from 2.5 to 3.5 rooms. In 
computing median rent, units reported as 
"no cash rent" are excluded. The median 
is computed on the basis of the distribu- 
tion as tabulated, which is sometimes 
more detailed than the distribution 
shown in this report. For example, 
median age is based on a distribution of 
five year intervals from 15 to 85 years. 
When the median falls in the lower termi- 
nal category of an open-ended distribu- 
tion, the method of presentation is to 
show the initial value of the next category 
followed by a minus sign; thus, for ex- 
ample, if the median falls in the category 
"Less than $10,000," it is shown as 
"$10,000-." When the median falls in the 
upper terminal category of an open- 



ended distribution, the initial value of the 
terminal category is given followed by 
a plus sign; thus, for example, if the 
median falls in the category "$150,000 
or more," it is shown as "$150,000+." 



SYMBOLS AND GEOGRAPHIC 
ABBREVIATIONS 

The following symbols and geographic 
abbreviations are used in the tables: 

• A dash "— " represents zero or a per- 
cent which rounds to less than 0.1 . 

• Three dots ". . ." mean not applicable, 
or that the data are being withheld to 
avoid disclosure of information for 
individual housing units. (For further 
information on disclosure, see the 
section below on "Suppression of 
Data for Confidentiality.") 

• CDP is census designated place. 

• SMSA is standard metropolitan sta- 
tistical area. 



SUPPRESSION OF DATA FOR 
CONFIDENTIALITY 

To maintain the confidentiality promised 
respondents and required by law, the 
Census Bureau takes precautions that its 
published data do not disclose informa- 
tion about specific individuals and hous- 
ing units. To accomplish this, the Bureau 
suppresses data for characteristics which 
are based on a small number of persons 
and/or housing units in the geographic 
area. Under certain conditions, both 
primary and complementary suppression, 
as defined below, may take place. 

The general rules of primary suppres- 
sion of sample data are as follows: esti- 



mates of total population by race and 
Spanish origin are never suppressed; 
other characteristics for persons are 
shown only if there are 30 or more 
persons in the geographic area; estimates 
of total housing units, vacant housing 
units, year-round housing units, and 
occupied housing units are never sup- 
pressed; characteristics of year-round 
housing units which are not classified 
by occupancy status are shown only 
when there are 10 or more year-round 
housing units in the geographic area; 
characteristics of families, households, 
or occupied housing units are shown only 
if there are at least 10 occupied housing 
units within the geographic area; and 
distributions of data for owners or renters 
are shown only where the number of 
owners is at least 10 and the number of 
renters is also at least 10. These primary 
suppression criteria are applied inde- 
pendently of one another. The comparable ' 
figures for complete count (100-percent) 
data are 15 or more persons and 5 or 
more housing units of the specified type. 

Population and occupied housing unit 
characteristics cross-classified by race or 
Spanish origin (of the householder in the 
case of occupied housing units) are sub- 
ject to an additional level of examination. 
This requires that the 30 person or 10 
housing unit criterion stated above be 
applied individually to each race or Span- 
ish origin category. 

Finally, complementary suppression is 
applied to prevent the derivation of 
primary suppressed data by subtraction. 
For example, housing unit data shown by 
tenure may require complementary sup- 
pression when the number of owner- 
occupied or renter-occupied housing units 
is less than 10. 



VIII 




Census of 
Housing 



Contents 



Metropolitan Housing 
Characteristics 

CINCINNATI, 
OHIO-KY.-IND. 

STANDARD METROPOLITAN STATISTICAL AREA 
HC80-2-121 



Arrangement of Tables 

This report presents a set of tables for the SMSA, each 
central city, and each place of 50,000 inhabitants or more. 
The report is organized to provide a set of 68 tables for 
each geographic area. There are 1 1 tables showing data for 
all households in the area, 2 tables showing data for vacant 
units, 1 1 tables for householders of each of four separate 
race groups, and 1 1 tables for householders of Spanish 
origin. The race/Spanish origin tables are, however, shown 
only when certain population criteria are met. See page VII 
of the Introduction for further information. To assist the 
reader in using this report, the listings are presented as 
follows: 



Page 
Index of Tables— shows the pages on which the tables 

for each geographic area appear and the pages on 
which data for the various race/Spanish origin house- 
holders appear IX 

List of Tables— shows the table numbers and titles for 

each of the 68 tables X 

Table Finding Guide— shows the tables. in which the 
various subject cross-classifications presented in the 
report appear XII 

Map— Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas, Counties, 

and Selected Places XIV 



INDEX OF TABLES 

Tables for the total SMSA have the prefix letter "A"; tables for central cities and places of 50,000 inhabitants or more, in alphabetical order, have 
the prefix letter "B," "C," etc. 



Area 


Prefix 
letter 


Tables 1-13 
Total 


Tables 1 4-24 
White 


Tables 25-35 
Black 


Tables 36-46 
American Indian, 
Eskimo, and Aleut 


Tables 47-57 

Asian and Pacific 

Islander 


Tables 58-68 
Spanish Origin 


SMSA total 

Cincinnati 


A 
B 


Pages 

1 to 12 
35 to 46 


Pages 

1 3 to 23 
47 to 57 


Pages 

24 to 34 
58 to 68 


Pages 


Pages 


Pages 



IX 



Contents 



LIST OF TABLES 



TABLES 



'Tables 14 to 24 for the White population are shown if any of 
the other three racial groups in the area qualify; tables 25 to 
35 are shown if an area has 10,000 or more or 10 percent Black 
population; tables 36 to 46 are shown if an area has 10,000 or 
more or 10 percent American Indian, Eskimo.and Aleut population; 
tables 47 to 57 are shown if an area has 10,000 or more or 10 
percent Asian and Pacific Islander population; and tables 58 to 68 
are shown if an area has 10,000 or more or 10 percent Spanish 
origin population) 

TABLES 

1. Value of Owner-Occupied Housing Units: 1980 

2. Gross Rent of Renter-Occupied Housing Units: 1980 

3. Income and Poverty Status in 1979 of Owner-Occupied 

Housing Units: 1980 

4. Income and Poverty Status in 1979 of Renter-Occupied 

Housing Units: 1980 

5. Selected Monthly Owner Costs for Mortgaged Housing 

Units: 1980 

6. Selected Monthly Owner Costs for Not Mortgaged 

Housing Units: 1980 

7. Year Structure Built for Owner- and Renter-Occupied 

Housing Units: 1980 

8. Units in Structure for Owner- and Renter-Occupied 

Housing Units: 1980 

9. Owner- and Renter-Occupied Housing Units by Size of 

Household: 1980 

10. Household Composition and Age of Householder for 

Owner- and Renter-Occupied Housing Units: 1980 

11. Age and Sex of Householder in One-Person Households 

for Owner- and Renter-Occupied Housing Units: 1980 

1 2. Duration of Vacancy for Year-Round Vacant for Sale and 

Vacant for Rent Housing Units: 1980 

13. Price Asked and Rent Asked for Year-Round Vacant 

Housing Units: 1980 

14. Value of Owner-Occupied Housing Units With a White 

Householder: 1980 

15. Gross Rent of Renter-Occupied Housing Units With a 

White Householder: 1980 

16. Income and Poverty Status in 1979 of Owner-Occupied 

Housing Units With a White Householder: 1980 

17. Income and Poverty Status in 1979 of Renter-Occupied 

Housing Units With a White Householder: 1980 



18. Selected Monthly Owner Costs for Mortgaged Housing 

Units With a White Householder: 1980 

19. Selected Monthly Owner Costs for Not Mortgaged 

Housing Units With a White Householder: 1980 

20. Year Structure Built for Owner- and Renter-Occupied 

Housing Units With a White Householder: 1980 

21. Units in Structure for Owner- and Renter-Occupied 

Housing Units With a White Householder: 1980 

22. Owner- and Renter-Occupied Housing Units With a White 

Householder by Size of Household: 1980 

23. Household Composition and Age of Householder for 

Owner- and Renter-Occupied Housing Units With a 
White Householder: 1980 

24. Age and Sex of Householder in One-Person Households 

for Owner- and Renter-Occupied Housing Units With a 
White Householder: 1980 

25. Value of Owner-Occupied Housing Units With a Black 

Householder: 1980 

26. Gross Rent of Renter-Occupied Housing Units With a 

Black Householder: 1980 

27. Income and Poverty Status in 1979 of Owner-Occupied 

Housing Units With a Black Householder: 1980 

28. Income and Poverty Status in 1979 of Renter-Occupied 

Housing Units With a Black Householder: 1980 

29. Selected Monthly Owner Costs for Mortgaged Housing 

Units With a Black Householder: 1980 

30. Selected Monthly Owner Costs for Not Mortgaged Housing 

Units With a Black Householder: 1980 

31. Year Structure Built for Owner- and Renter-Occupied 

Housing Units With a Black Householder: 1980 

32. Units in Structure for Owner- and Renter-Occupied 

Housing Units With a Black Householder: 1980 

33. Owner- and Renter-Occupied Housing Units With a Black 

Householder by Size of Household: 1980 

34. Household Composition and Age of Householder for 

Owner- and Renter-Occupied Housing Units With a 
Black Householder: 1980 

35. Age and Sex of Householder in One-Person Households 

for Owner- and Renter-Occupied Housing Units With a 
Black Householder: 1980 



Contents 



TABLES 



TABLES 



36. Value of Owner-Occupied Housing Units With an 

American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Householder: 1980 

37. Gross Rent of Renter-Occupied Housing Units With an 

American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Householder: 1980 

38. Income and Poverty Status in 1979 of Owner-Occupied 

Housing Units With an American Indian, Eskimo, or 
Aleut Householder: 1980 

39. Income and Poverty Status in 1979 of Renter-Occupied 

Housing Units With an American Indian, Eskimo, or 
Aleut Householder: 1980 

40. Selected Monthly Owner Costs for Mortgaged Housing 

Units With an American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut 
Householder: 1980 

41. Selected Monthly Owner Costs for Not Mortgaged 

Housing Units With an American Indian, Eskimo, 
or Aleut Householder: 1980 

42. Year Structure Built for Owner- and Renter-Occupied 

Housing Units With an American Indian, Eskimo, or 
Aleut Householder: 1980 

43. Units in Structure for Owner- and Renter-Occupied 

Housing Units With an American Indian, Eskimo, 
or Aleut Householder: 1980 

44. Owner- and Renter-Occupied Housing Units With an 

American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Householder by 
Size of Household: 1980 

45. Household Composition and Age of Householder for 

Owner- and Renter-Occupied Housing Units With an 
American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Householder: 1980 

46. Age and Sex of Householder in One-Person Households 

for Owner- and Renter-Occupied Housing Units With an 
American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut Householder: 1980 

47. Value of Owner-Occupied Housing Units With an Asian 

or Pacific Islander Householder: 1980 

48. Gross Rent of Renter-Occupied Housing Units With an 

Asian or Pacific Islander Householder: 1980 

49. Income and Poverty Status in 1979 of Owner-Occupied 

Housing Units With an Asian or Pacific Islander 
Householder: 1980 

50. Income and Poverty Status in 1979 of Renter-Occupied 

Housing Units With an Asian or Pacific Islander 
Householder: 1980 

51. Selected Monthly Owner Costs for Mortgaged Housing 
Units With an Asian or Pacific Islander Householder: 
1980 



52. Selected Monthly Owner Costs for Not Mortgaged 

Housing Units With an Asian or Pacific Islander 
Householder: 1980 

53. Year Structure Built for Owner- and Renter-Occupied 

Housing Units With an Asian or Pacific Islander 
Householder: 1980 

54. Units in Structure for Owner- and Renter-Occupied 

Housing Units With an Asian or Pacific Islander 
Householder: 1980 

55. Owner- and Renter-Occupied Housing Units With an 

Asian or Pacific Islander Householder by Size of 
Household: 1980 

56. Household Composition and Age of Householder for 

Owner- and Renter-Occupied Housing Units With an 
Asian or Pacific Islander Householder: 1980 

57. Age and Sex of Householder in One-Person Households 

for Owner- and Renter-Occupied Housing Units With an 
Asian or Pacific Islander Householder: 1980 

58. Value of Owner-Occupied Housing Units With a 

Spanish Origin Householder: 1980 

59. Gross Rent of Renter-Occupied Housing Units With a 

Spanish Origin Householder: 1980 

60. Income and Poverty Status in 1979 of Owner-Occupied 

Housing Units With a Spanish Origin Householder: 1980 

61. Income and Poverty Status in 1979 of Renter-Occupied 
Housing Units With a Spanish Origin Householder: 1980 

62. Selected Monthly Owner Costs for Mortgaged Housing 
Units With a Spanish Origin Householder: 1980 

63. Selected Monthly Owner Costs for Not Mortgaged 

Housing Units With a Spanish Origin Householder: 1980 

64. Year Structure Built for Owner- and Renter-Occupied 

Housing Units With a Spanish Origin Householder: 1980 

65. Units in Structure for Owner- and Renter-Occupied 

Housing Units With a Spanish Origin Householder: 1980 

66. Owner- and Renter-Occupied Housing Units With a 

Spanish Origin Householder by Size of Household: 
1980 

67. Household Composition and Age of Householder for 

Owner- and Renter-Occupied Housing Units With a 
Spanish Origin Householder: 1980 

68. Age and Sex of Householder in One-Person Households 

for Owner- and Renter-Occupied Housing Units With 
a Spanish Origin Householder: 1980 



XI 



Table Finding Guide — Cross-Classification of Subjects by Table Number 



Subject 


Value 


Gross rent 


Income and 

poverty status 

in 1979 of 

owner-occupied 

housing units 


Income and 

poverty status 

in 1979 of 

renter -occupied 

housing units 


Selected monthly 

owner costs for 

mortgaged 

housing units 


Selected monthly 

owner costs for 

not mortgaged 

housing units 


OCCUPANCY CHARACTERISTICS 


1 


2 


3 


4 


5 






6 






UTILIZATION CHARACTERISTICS 


1 

1 

1 


2 

2 
2 


3 


4 


5 
5 

5 


6 




6 




_ 




6 






STRUCTURAL CHARACTERISTICS 


1 


2 
2 
2 


- 


- 


5 






6 




_ 






PLUMBING CHARACTERISTICS 

Plumbing facilities 


1 


2 


3 


4 


- 








EQUIPMENT AND FUELS 


1 

1 


2 
2 


3 
3 
3 
3 


4 
4 
4 
4 


5 
5 

5 


6 




6 


Vehicles available 

House heating fuel 

Water heating fuel 


6 


FINANCIAL CHARACTERISTICS 

Value 


1 


2 


3 
3 


4 
4 

4 


5 
5 


6 


Mortgage status and selected 
monthly owner costs 


— 


Selected monthly owner costs as 

percentage of household income. . . . 
Contract rent 


6 


Gross rent 





Rent asked 





Gross rent as percentage of 
household income 




Mortgage status and selected monthly 
owner costs as percentage of 
household income 


- 


HOUSEHOLD CHARACTERISTICS 
Household type by age of 
householder 


1 
1 
1 


2 

" 2 


3 


4 


5 


6 


Income 




Income below poverty level 


- 



The table numbers listed above show data for all households. Similar data are shown in the tables listed below when there are 10,000 or more persons of 
the race or Spanish origin group, or if the group comprises 10 percent of the area population. For further explanation, see the Introduction on page VII. 



White 


14 
25 

36 
47 
58 


15 
26 

37 
48 
59 


16 
27 

38 
49 
60 


17 
28 

39 
50 
61 


18 
29 

40 
51 
62 


19 


Black 

American Indian, Eskimo, and 
Aleut 


30 
41 


Asian and Pacific Islander 

Spanish origin 


52 
63 



XII 



Table Finding Guide— Cross-Classification of Subjects by Table Number 



Subject 


Year 

structure 
built 


Units in 
structure 


Size of 

household 

(persons) 


Household 

composition 

by age of 

householder 


Age and sex of 

householder in 

one-person 

households 


Duration 
of vacancy 


Price asked 

and rent 

asked 


OCCUPANCY CHARACTERISTICS 


7 


8 
8 


- 


— 


- 


- 






— 






UTILIZATION CHARACTERISTICS 


7 
7 

7 


8 

8 
8 


9 
9 


10 


- 


12 

12 
12 






_ 




13 


Median rooms 


_ 






STRUCTURAL CHARACTERISTICS 


7 


- 


9 


- 


11 


12 

12 


13 


Year structure built 


13 


Stories in structure 


_ 






PLUMBING CHARACTERISTICS 

Plumbing facilities 


7 


8 


9 


10 


11 


12 


13 






EQUIPMENT AND FUELS 

Heating equipment 


7 

7 

7 


8 
8 
8 
8 
8 


- 


- 


— 


12 




Air conditioning 

Vehicles available 

House heating fuel 

Water heating fuel 


- 


FINANCIAL CHARACTERISTICS 

Value 

Price asked 

Mortgage status and selected 
monthly owner costs 


_ 


- 


9 

9 
9 

9 


10 
10 


11 
11 
11 

11 


12 
12 


- 


Selected monthly owner costs as 

percentage of household income. . . . 
Contract rent 


- 


Gross rent 





Rent asked 





Gross rent as percentage of 
household income 




Mortgage status and selected monthly 
owner costs as percentage of 
household income 








HOUSEHOLD CHARACTERISTICS 
Household type by age of 
householder 


7 

7 
7 


8 
8 
8 


9 
9 


- 


11 

11 


- 




Income 


_ 


Income below poverty level 


- 



The table numbers listed above show data for all households. Similar data are shown in the tables listed below when there are 10,000 or more persons of 
the race or Spanish origin group, or if the group comprises 10 percent of the area population. For further explanation, see the Introduction on page VII. 



White 

Black 

American Indian, Eskimo, and 

Aleut 

Asian and Pacific Islander . . . 
Spanish origin 



20 
31 

42 
53 

64 



21 
32 

43 

54 
65 



22 
33 

44 
55 
66 



23 
34 

45 

56 
67 



24 
35 

46 
57 

68 



XIII 



Standard Metropolitan Statistical Areas, Counties, and Selected Places 



85° 



MICHIGAN 



WILLIAMS 



DEFIANCE 



PAULDING 



40° 



INDIANA 



39' 



38° 




State capital underlined 
All political boundaries are as of January I, 1980 



US. Department of Commerce 



SMSA boundaries are as defined on June 19, 1981 



XIV 



CORRECTION NOTE 

Any corrections to the 1980 census counts of the total 
population and total housing units made after this report was 
printed are available by writing to Data User Services 
Division, Customer Services, Bureau of the Census, 
Washington, D.C. 20233. 

NOTE TO USERS : 

The "Not computed" line for Mortgage Status and Selected 
Monthly Owner Costs as Percentage of Household Income in 
1979 for not mortgaged units includes households with 
zero or negative income and households reporting no hous- 
ing costs; that is, not mortgaged units with no utility, 
fuel, tax, or insurance payments required. Households 
with no Selected Monthly Owner Costs are normally ex- 
cluded from the "Not computed" category. 



XV 



Table A — l. Value of Owner-Occupied Housing Units: 1980 



The SMSA 



Specified owner-occupied housing units 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER 

Married-couple families 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 yeors and over 

Male householder, no wife present 

15 to 24 yeors 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 yeors and over 

Female householder, no husband present 

15 to 24 yeors 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Median age 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

1979 to March 1980 

1975 to 1978 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1959 or earlier 

ROOMS 

1 to 3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms- 

6 rooms 

7 rooms 

8 or more rooms 

Median 

BEDROOMS 

None 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 or more 

YEAR STRUQURE BUILT 

1975 to Morch 1980 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1950 to 1959 

1940 to 1949 

1939 or earlier 

HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1979 

Less thon $5,000 

$5,000 to $9,999 

$10,000 to $12,499 

$12,500 to $14,999 

$15,000 to $19,99? 

$20,000 to $24,999 

$25,000 to $34,999 

$35,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 or more 

Median 

Meon 

MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED MONTHLY 
OWNER COSTS AS PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD 
INCOME IN 1979 

With a mortgage 

Less than 15 percent 

15 to 19 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 

Not mortgaged 

Less than 10 percent 

10 to 14 percent 

15 to 19 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1 .01 or more persons per room 

Locking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1.01 or more persons per room 

Heating equipment 

Central heating system 

Air conditioning 

Central system 

Income in 1979 below poverty level 

Percent below poverty level 



(Doto are estimates based on 


o sample, see Introduction 


For meaning of symbols 


see Introduction. For definitions of terms, see appendixes A ond B 










$10,000 


$20,000 


$30,000 


$40,000 


$50,000 


$60,000 


$80,000 


$100,000 










Less than 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


$150,000 


Median 


Meon 


Total 


$10,000 


$19,999 


$29,999 


$39,999 


$49,999 


$59,999 


$79,999 


$99,999 


$149,999 


or more 


(dollars) 


(dollars) 


258 195 


3 056 


14 439 


28 994 


44 158 


51 021 


38 653 


43 307 


17 181 


12 697 


4 689 


47 500 


53 900 


201 869 


1 431 


8 378 


18 710 


32 409 


40 250 


32 019 


37 711 


15 326 


11 397 


4 238 


49 900 


57 000 


4 778 


54 


161 


525 


1 230 


1 406 


847 


466 


76 


13 


- 


42 600 


43 500 


45 467 


112 


1 059 


2 719 


6 925 


10 082 


8 798 


10 135 


3 333 


1 901 


403 


51 800 


56 300 


45 070 


193 


1 167 


3 239 


5 642 


7 803 


7 107 


10 018 


4 787 


3 718 


1 396 


55 400 


64 200 


80 782 


614 


3 591 


8 064 


13 008 


16 038 


12 095 


13 987 


6 204 


5 024 


2 157 


49 400 


57 900 


25 772 


458 


2 400 


4 163 


5 604 


4 921 


3 172 


3 105 


926 


741 


282 


40 500 


45 700 


15 060 


518 


1 442 


2 562 


2 779 


2 868 


2 050 


1 654 


619 


423 


145 


40 800 


45 000 


584 


17 


64 


95 


132 


109 


83 


57 


19 


8 


- 


38 100 


41 100 


3 271 


49 


123 


402 


701 


739 


508 


492 


143 


79 


35 


45 000 


49 200 


2 157 


66 


96 


251 


318 


424 


345 


290 


201 


137 


29 


48 300 


55 100 


4 912 


185 


541 


838 


805 


985 


685 


514 


172 


137 


50 


40 800 


44 300 


4 136 


201 


618 


976 


823 


611 


429 


301 


84 


62 


31 


33 100 


37 700 


41 266 


1 107 


4 619 


7 722 


8 970 


7 903 


4 584 


3 942 


1 236 


877 


306 


37 900 


42 100 


320 


10 


24 


80 


79 


83 


20 


22 


2 


- 


- 


36 500 


36 500 


3 482 


46 


204 


385 


732 


828 


643 


471 


91 


53 


29 


44 400 


47 000 


4 815 


49 


314 


738 


1 093 


1 058 


585 


575 


205 


142 


56 


41 900 


47 100 


15 382 


450 


1 564 


2 865 


3 093 


2 974 


1 831 


1 558 


607 


353 


87 


39 100 


43 000 


17 267 


552 


2 513 


3 654 


3 973 


2 960 


1 505 


1 316 


331 


329 


134 


34 500 


39 000 


48.7 


61.6 


59.7 


55.8 


51.6 


48.0 


45.5 


44.1 


44.5 


45.8 


47.8 






24 924 


165 


772 


1 603 


3 245 


4 595 


4 310 


5 311 


2 465 


1 775 


683 


54 200 


62 200 


63 510 


439 


2 006 


4 486 


9 317 


12 162 


10 538 


13 492 


5 432 


4 176 


1 462 


52 700 


60 000 


45 895 


468 


2 252 


4 588 


7 357 


8 616 


6 906 


8 579 


3 595 


2 679 


855 


49 600 


56 400 


64 174 


609 


3 532 


8 175 


11 575 


13 234 


9 530 


9 780 


3 943 


2 676 


1 120 


46 200 


52 400 


59 692 


1 375 


5 877 


10 142 


12 664 


12 414 


7 369 


6 145 


1 746 


1 391 


569 


39 800 


43 800 


2 225 


456 


779 


459 


214 


177 


76 


51 


13 






17 300 


22 500 


17 037 


907 


3 434 


5 051 


4 435 


1 998 


616 


406 


99 


64 


27 


27 900 


29 900 


61 114 


911 


5 110 


11 295 


17 617 


15 298 


6 605 


3 288 


580 


374 


36 


37 500 


38 500 


74 909 


529 


3 537 


8 353 


14 418 


19 718 


13 592 


11 054 


2 384 


1 098 


226 


45 400 


47 300 


51 285 


155 


975 


2 462 


5 251 


9 611 


11 975 


14 213 


4 163 


2 059 


421 


55 200 


59 000 


51 625 


98 


604 


1 374 


2 223 


4 219 


5 789 


14 295 


9 942 


9 102 


3 979 


76 600 


86 100 


6.2 


4.7 


5.1 


5.3 


5.5 


5.9 


64 


7.0 


7.7 


8.1 


8.5 + 






95 


18 


7 


22 


14 


11 


20 


3 








30 200 


31 700 


7 291 


756 


1 865 


1 921 


1 339 


732 


357 


214 


36 


58 


13 


25 100 


28 300 


57 912 


1 345 


6 786 


12 502 


15 300 


11 843 


5 209 


3 438 


739 


581 


169 


35 300 


37 600 


132 597 


734 


4 595 


11 615 


22 675 


30 417 


24 682 


25 902 


7 240 


3 734 


1 003 


48 800 


52 400 


51 521 


184 


952 


2 564 


4 176 


7 247 


7 514 


12 410 


7 955 


6 549 


1 970 


64 700 


72 500 


8 779 


19 


234 


370 


654 


771 


871 


1 340 


1 211 


1 775 


1 534 


81 900 


98 600 


24 482 


66 


121 


221 


761 


2 264 


4 112 


8 365 


4 063 


3 395 


1 114 


70 100 


79 100 


21 087 


129 


137 


454 


1 615 


3 224 


3 671 


6 299 


2 991 


2 045 


522 


63 400 


69 800 


52 045 


97 


498 


2 485 


7 458 


11 698 


9 512 


11 552 


4 728 


3 026 


991 


53 300 


60 900 


60 516 


238 


1 650 


5 364 


11 790 


16 043 


11 022 


9 223 


2 622 


1 794 


770 


47 000 


51 900 


27 847 


191 


1 829 


4 752 


7 099 


6 498 


3 618 


2 561 


645 


429 


225 


40 100 


43 600 


72 218 


2 335 


10 204 


15 718 


15 435 


11 294 


6 718 


5 307 


2 132 


2 008 


1 067 


34 800 


41 500 


13 515 


846 


2 572 


3 139 


2 642 


2 022 


1 065 


692 


237 


199 


101 


30 700 


35 200 


22 673 


715 


3 159 


4 945 


5 388 


3 873 


2 050 


1 727 


487 


236 


93 


34 300 


37 800 


13 344 


309 


1 359 


2 441 


3 142 


2 980 


1 567 


1 114 


226 


160 


46 


38 200 


40 200 


13 180 


218 


1 280 


2 285 


2 974 


2 894 


1 757 


1 317 


297 


152 


6 


39 400 


41 200 


36 528 


471 


2 253 


5 462 


8 367 


8 596 


5 659 


4 097 


918 


569 


136 


41 900 


44 400 


41 657 


194 


1 621 


4 326 


8 524 


9 863 


7 513 


6 805 


1 890 


765 


156 


46 300 


49 100 


64 377 


216 


1 537 


4 473 


9 055 


14 025 


12 066 


14 798 


5 126 


2 634 


447 


52 000 


56 300 


36 135 


60 


570 


1 687 


3 402 


5 541 


5 574 


9 641 


5 037 


3 793 


830 


62 300 


68 300 


16 786 


27 


88 


236 


664 


1 227 


1 402 


3 116 


2 963 


4 189 


2 874 


90 700 


105 000 


$23 537 


$9 730 


$12 753 


$16 475 


$19 738 


$22 502 


$24 812 


$28 574 


$33 647 


$40 811 


$57 518 






$26 064 


$12 116 


$14 627 


$17 616 


$20 712 


$23 378 


$25 770 


$30 046 


$37 035 


$46 707 


$71 787 






175 210 


897 


6 231 


15 641 


27 921 


35 226 


27 919 


33 596 


14 039 


10 130 


3 610 


50 500 


57 700 


60 644 


281 


2 186 


5 963 


9 866 


12 685 


9 150 


11 048 


4 680 


3 415 


1 370 


49 500 


57 300 


39 701 


121 


1 144 


3 300 


6 516 


7 990 


6 482 


7 976 


3 206 


2 262 


704 


51 000 


57 800 


29 022 


122 


771 


2 134 


4 592 


5 721 


4 869 


6 026 


2 619 


1 683 


485 


52 000 


58 500 


17 291 


77 


449 


1 182 


2 427 


3 443 


3 087 


3 767 


1 453 


1 108 


298 


52 800 


59 600 


9 628 


30 


331 


855 


1 438 


1 877 


1 670 


1 790 


782 


606 


249 


51 500 


59 400 


18 309 


256 


1 308 


2 105 


2 962 


3 407 


2 598 


2 915 


1 256 


1 027 


475 


47 400 


55 000 


615 


10 


42 


102 


120 


103 


63 


74 


43 


29 


29 


43 000 


54 300 


18.4 


21.7 


19.0 


17.7 


18.1 


18.1 


18.7 


18.6 


18.6 


18.6 


18.0 






82 985 


2 159 


8 208 


13 353 


16 237 


15 795 


10 734 


9 711 


3 142 


2 567 


1 079 


40 900 


46 000 


39 175 


712 


2 646 


5 074 


7 204 


7 988 


5 918 


5 555 


1 887 


1 503 


688 


44 800 


50 600 


16 401 


321 


1 628 


2 674 


3 347 


3 222 


2 087 


1 899 


568 


479 


176 


40 700 


45 400 


9 355 


253 


961 


1 861 


2 000 


1 769 


1 041 


959 


240 


222 


49 


37 900 


42 000 


5 586 


234 


752 


1 053 


1 223 


910 


612 


476 


178 


117 


31 


35 800 


40 200 


3 478 


92 


616 


797 


679 


592 


308 


243 


60 


81 


10 


32 800 


37 600 


2 421 


120 


346 


442 


524 


453 


232 


182 


59 


37 


26 


35 800 


39 700 


6 107 


391 


1 193 


1 348 


1 155 


805 


500 


393 


112 


120 


90 


31 000 


37 200 


462 


36 


66 


104 


105 


56 


36 


4 


38 


8 


9 


32 000 


39 700 


10.6 


1 5.6 


14.4 


12.9 


11 3 


10- 


10- 


10- 


10- 


10- 


10- 






257 113 


2 737 


14 081 


28 726 


44 109 


50 961 


38 639 


43 298 


17 181 


12 697 


4 684 


47 600 


54 100 


5 840 


203 


769 


1 249 


1 466 


1 074 


522 


399 


90 


47 


21 


34 200 


37 100 


1 082 


319 


358 


268 


49 


60 


14 


9 


_ 


_ 


5 


15 100 


19 300 


139 


39 


44 


25 


13 


6 


12 


- 


- 


- 


- 


15 400 


20 400 


258 173 


3 054 


14 439 


28 989 


44 143 


51 021 


38 653 


43 307 


17 181 


12 697 


4 689 


47 500 


53 900 


247 695 


2 053 


12 480 


26 930 


42 445 


49 484 


37 794 


42 390 


16 921 


12 544 


4 654 


48 100 


54 700 


180 913 


1 007 


5 918 


14 781 


27 119 


35 397 


29 568 


36 014 


15 269 


11 466 


4 374 


51 700 


59 500 


108 312 


161 


1 060 


3 885 


9 852 


18 134 


19 930 


28 460 


13 004 


9 991 


3 835 


60 700 


69 200 


10 849 


746 


2 132 


2 238 


1 981 


1 670 


847 


620 


302 


194 


119 


31 500 


36 900 


4.2 


24.4 


14.8 


7.7 


4.5 


3.3 


2.2 


1.4 


1.8 


1.5 


2.5 







METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 121-1 



Table A -2. Gross Rent of Renter-Occupied Housing Units: 1980 



[Dato ore estimates bosed on o sample, see Inttoduction. For meaning of symbols, see Introduction. For definitions of terms, see appendixes A and B) 



The SMSA 



Specified renter-occupied housing units. 



HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER 

Married-couple families __ 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Male householder, no wife present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Female householder, no husband present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Median age 



YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

1979 to March 1980 

1975 to 1978 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 _ _ 

1959 or earlier 



ROOMS 



1 room , 

2 rooms 

3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 or more rooms . 
Median 



PLUMBING FACILITIES BY PERSONS PER ROOM 
AND POVERTY STATUS IN 1979 

All income levels in 1979 

Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

0.50 or less 

051 to 1.00 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

Lacking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

0.50 or less 

0.51 to 1.00 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 



Income in 1979 below poverty level 

Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1.01 or more persons per room 

Lacking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1 01 or more persons per room 

BEDROOMS 

None 

I 

2„__ 

3 



5 or more 

UNITS IN STRUQURE 
1, detached or artoched 
2 



3 and 4 

5to9 

10 to 49 

50 or more 

Mobile home or trailer, etc. _ 

YEAR STRUQURE BUILT 

1975 to March 1980__ 
1970 to 1974. 
1960 to 1969 _._ 

1950 to 1959 

1940 to 1949 

1939 or earlier 



STORIES IN STRUCTURE 

1 to 3 

4 or more 

With elevator 



GROSS RENT AS PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD 
INCOME IN 1979 

Less than 15 percent 

15 to 19 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 to 49 percent __ 

50 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 



SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 
Heating equipment 

Central heoting system 

Air conditioning 

Central system 



Total 



180 733 



58 468 
13 118 
19 659 
7 394 
11 132 

7 185 
41 335 

9 296 
13 341 
5 114 

8 273 
5 311 

80 910 
13 249 
19 258 
8 196 
17 704 
22 503 
36.0 



Less than 
$100 



75 


896 


60 


877 


22 


262 


15 


236 


6 


462 


5 


831 


17 


175 


54 228 


54 


364 


3) 


235 


11 


416 


6 


484 




3.7 



180 733 

175 552 
107 061 
60 058 
6 328 
2 105 
5 181 
2 430 

2 310 
316 
125 

41 185 

39 479 

3 758 
1 706 

178 



7 553 
81 224 
68 327 
18 698 

3 994 
937 



25 817 
24 467 
33 825 
27 875 
51 534 
15 387 
1 828 



14 285 

23 247 

38 171 

23 451 

22 883 

58 696 

158 623 

22 110 

11 422 



38 767 
31 284 
25 696 
17 902 
11 750 
19 975 
28 154 
7 205 
23.3 

180 482 

165 101 
106 449 
34 862 



17 537 



1 439 

239 
202 
167 
461 
370 

t 208 
293 
441 
424 

1 482 
568 



1 
11 890 

1 482 

1 667 
812 

2 831 
5 098 

58.4 



4 688 

5 913 
3 837 
2 124 

975 



$100 to 
$149 



23 277 



1 778 
4 213 
6 618 
3 181 
1 417 

272 
58 

2.9 



17 537 

16 466 

10 274 
5 297 

634 

261 

1 071 

386 

634 

22 

29 

11 581 

10 997 

696 

584 

30 



2 067 
10 593 

3 390 
1 245 

212 
30 



I 080 

1 405 

2 296 
4 727 
4 219 

3 732 

78 



11 910 
5 627 
3 081 



4 109 
2 753 
2 928 



400 
259 
995 
759 
334 
23.0 



17 482 

15 124 
4 387 
1 213 



4 656 

809 
1 241 

483 
1 115 
I 008 
6 119 

935 
1 343 

722 
1 861 
1 258 
12 502 
1 391 
1 921 

992 

3 549 

4 649 
51.4 



6 825 

7 706 
4 081 
3 167 
1 498 



1 964 
4 746 
9 047 
4 756 

2 101 
508 
155 
3.0 



23 277 

22 090 

13 010 

7 499 

1 060 

521 

1 187 

540 

550 

69 

28 

7 687 

7 232 

809 

455 

69 



2 629 

14 164 

4 606 

1 598 

251 

29 



$150 to 
$199 



795 
388 
68J 
776 
479 
932 
223 



666 

1 067 

2 351 

2 708 

3 667 
12 818 

19 890 

3 387 

1 509 



6 339 
3 014 
2 827 

2 031 
1 435 

3 196 

4 027 
408 

237 

23 207 

19 124 

7 785 
1 239 



40 089 



10 500 

2 893 
2 904 
1 058 
1 979 

1 666 
10 041 

2 538 

3 309 
1 104 
I 937 
1 153 

19 548 

3 840 

4 454 
1 570 

4 211 

5 473 
35.2 



15 746 

13 683 

5 114 

4 088 

1 458 



1 220 

4 593 

18 791 

10 821 

3 397 

903 

364 

3.3 



40 089 

38 992 

24 504 

12 380 

1 483 

625 

1 097 

577 

407 

74 

39 

8 439 

8 135 

948 

304 

22 



1 694 

26 688 

9 765 

1 487 

352 

103 



2 881 
6 017 

10 991 
6 852 

11 244 
1 819 

285 

1 183 

2 588 
8 305 
6 727 
6 800 

14 486 



36 864 
3 225 
1 346 



9 706 

6 632 
5 431 

3 357 
2 525 

4 545 

7 321 
572 

23.1 

40 041 

36 440 

21 559 

2 583 



$200 to 
$249 



39 163 



14 015 

4 021 

5 063 

1 266 

2 333 

1 332 
8 644 

2 440 

3 320 
1 058 
1 320 

506 
16 504 
3 250 
5 006 
1 953 
3 290 
3 005 
31.3 



18 232 
13 904 
3 883 
2 417 
727 



376 

2 315 

12 896 

15 130 

6 412 

1 506 

528 

3.8 



39 163 

38 338 

23 490 

13 256 

1 290 

302 

825 

411 

356 

58 

6 126 

5 949 
620 

177 
16 



561 

18 632 

17 132 

2 298 

470 

70 



3 965 
5 207 
7 635 

4 687 
14 749 

2 514 
406 



3 195 
5 973 

10 467 
5 550 

4 371 
9 607 



35 667 
3 496 
1 294 



730 
693 
927 
912 
327 
832 
275 
467 
225 



39 132 

36 711 

27 269 

5 163 



$250 to 
$299 



27 215 



11 688 

3 051 

4 401 
1 448 
1 891 

897 

5 808 

1 602 

2 416 
844 
677 
269 
719 
848 
206 
386 
720 
559 

31.0 



13 962 

9 432 

2 267 

1 266 

288 



107 

838 
472 
695 
321 
016 
766 
4.2 



-L 



27 215 

26 726 

16 015 

9 659 

814 

238 

489 

260 

147 

66 

16 

3 381 

3 289 

372 

92 

41 



179 

6 881 

16 630 

2 965 

511 

49 



4 151 
3 351 
3 572 
2 841 
10 564 
2 375 
361 



3 528 
5 669 
7 078 
2 920 
2 594 
5 426 



24 238 
2 977 
1 487 



5 335 
5 877 
4 153 

3 033 

1 876 

2 664 

4 110 
167 

22.8 



27 205 

25 913 
20 905 

9 041 



$300 to 
$349 



13 472 



026 

169 
394 
892 
093 
478 
982 
773 
322 
457 
326 
104 
464 
709 
626 
583 
837 
709 
31.9 



7 228 

4 438 

1 042 

551 

213 



35 

129 

1 226 

5 140 

4 699 

1 423 

820 

4.5 



13 472 

13 289 

8 158 

4 651 

434 

46 

183 

92 

71 

18 

2 

1 446 

1 429 

132 

17 



55 

831 
810 
262 
408 
106 



815 
610 
631 
027 
975 
213 
201 



J_ 



12 067 

1 405 

931 



2 258 
2 696 
2 259 
1 470 
1 042 

1 641 

2 023 

83 
23.9 

13 451 

12 852 

10 339 

6 385 



$350 to 
$399 



6 382 



3 328 

375 

I 393 

658 

615 

287 

1 090 

230 

498 

177 

142 

43 

1 964 

262 

580 

358 

437 

327 

34.4 



3 528 

2 029 

509 

265 

51 



13 

72 

328 

1 454 

2 320 
I 483 

712 
5 1 



$400 to 
$499 



798 

772 
75 
26 



18 

640 

3 064 

2 117 

449 

94 



297 
784 
888 
975 
947 
428 
63 



799 

1 286 

1 449 

724 

538 

1 586 

5 966 
416 
357 



892 
286 
943 
712 
518 
871 
123 
37 
25.4 



6 370 

6 063 
4 775 

3 260 



5 698 



3 208 

248 
1 132 
758 
738 
332 
916 
226 
332 
159 
153 
46 
1 574 
181 
443 
316 
293 
341 
36.9 



3 271 

1 677 

507 

213 

30 



105 
19 

165 

727 
1 763 
1 687 
1 232 

5.5 



5 698 

5 683 

2 984 

2 466 

199 

34 

15 

7 



$500 or 
more 



603 

603 



105 
371 
2 009 
2 521 
576 
116 



2 607 
618 
527 
658 
769 
472 
47 



855 

1 165 

I 459 

653 

469 

1 097 

5 154 
544 
522 



852 
924 
863 
619 

489 

856 

1 048 

47 

26.5 

5 698 

5 530 
4 230 

3 047 



2 837 



1 541 

56 
297 
384 
376 
428 
459 

99 
125 

63 

74 

98 
837 

71 
158 

96 
112 
400 
46.9 



1 414 

814 

273 

316 

20 



130 
107 
88 
308 
613 
714 
877 
5.7 



2 837 

2 820 

1 835 

916 

41 

28 

17 

7 

5 

5 

215 

215 
22 



130 
272 
1 012 
912 
344 
167 



1 226 
197 
203 
126 
267 
818 



459 
461 
1 019 
231 
156 
511 

1 957 
880 
822 



546 
409 
365 
368 
279 
375 
468 
27 
26.2 



2 837 

2 816 
2 450 

1 956 



No cash 
rent 



5 063 



2 087 
257 
632 
280 
531 
387 

1 068 
160 
235 
106 
301 
266 

1 90S 
215 
197 
130 
424 
942 
51.4 



1 002 

1 281 

749 

829 

1 202 



103 
143 
597 
152 
1 192 
904 
972 
5.0 



1 1£ 



5 063 

4 831 
3 368 



312 

122 

29 

232 

139 

78 

9 

6 

909 

858 
16 
51 



115 

1 152 

1 909 

1 293 

421 

173 



3 000 
890 
398 
206 
321 
84 
164 



226 
372 
562 
628 
667 
608 

910 
153 
73 



5 063 



5 059 

4 528 

2 750 

975 



Medion 
(dollars) 



208 



242 

231 
251 
269 
237 
212 
199 
214 
222 
209 
167 
137 
189 
198 
214 
217 
176 
160 



227 
209 
177 
172 
156 



124 
146 
181 
226 
261 
302 
355 



208 

210 
208 
215 
198 
172 
160 
175 
141 
187 
151 

155 

157 
168 
120 
143 



130 
180 
245 
285 
299 
348 



270 
200 
189 
183 
219 
203 
226 



261 
249 
227 
200 
186 
174 



211 

184 
193 



196 
221 
214 
215 
214 
203 
206 
180 



208 
212 
233 

288 



121-2 CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 



METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



Table A— 3. Income and Poverty Status in 1979 of Owner-Occupied Housing Units: 1980 



The SMSA 



Owner-occupied housing units 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER 

Married-couple families — 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Male householder, no wife present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Female householder, no husband present 

15 to 24 years - 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 yeors 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Median age 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

1979 to Morch 1980 

1975 to 1978 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1959 or earlier 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1.01 or more persons per room 

Lacking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1.01 or more persons per room 

Heating equipment 

Central heating system 

Air conditioning 

Central system 

Vehicles available 

1 

2 or more 

House heating fuel 

Utility gas 

Bottled, tonk, or LP gas 

Electricity 

Fuel oil, kerosene, etc. 

Other 

Median rooms 

Specified owner-occupied housing units 

MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED MONTHLY 
OWNER COSTS 

With a mortgage 

Less thon $200 

$200 to $249 

$250 to $299 

$300 to $349 

$350 to $399 

$400 to $499 

$500 to $599 

$600 to $749 

$750 or more 

Median 

Not mortgaged 

Less than $50 

$50 to $74 

$75 to $99 

$100 to $124 

$125 to $149 

$150 to $199 

$200 to $249 

$250 or more 

Median 

MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED MONTHLY 
OWNER COSTS AS PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD 
INCOME IN 1979 

With a mortgage 

Less thon 15 percent 

15 to 19 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 

Not mortgaged 

Less than 10 percent 

10 to 14 percent 

15 to 19 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 



[Data are estimates bosed on c 


sample, see 


Introduction 


For meaning 


of symbols. 


see Introduction For definitions of terms, see appendixes A and B] 






Household income in 1979 




























Income in 








$10,000 


$12,500 


$15,000 


$20,000 


$25,000 


$35,000 








1979 below 




Less than 


$5,000 to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


$50,000 or 


Medion 


Mean 


poverty 


Totol 


$5,000 


$9,999 


$12,499 


$14,999 


$19,999 


$24,999 


$34,999 


$49,999 


more 


(dollars) 


(dollars) 


level 


312 735 


18 506 


30 738 


17 368 


16 802 


44 783 


49 053 


74 350 


41 412 


19 723 


22 767 


25 507 


15 063 


237 163 


4 503 


14 076 


10 173 


10 621 


33 679 


41 325 


66 943 


37 703 


18 140 


25 506 


28 667 


5 832 


6 504 


121 


343 


453 


539 


1 907 


1 530 


1 380 


172 


59 


19 719 


20 370 


184 


52 186 


681 


984 


1 322 


1 923 


10 042 


13 219 


17 249 


5 170 


1 596 


24 180 


25 770 


1 053 


51 667 


672 


915 


897 


1 158 


6 125 


9 730 


18 027 


9 999 


4 144 


28 062 


31 032 


1 227 


95 004 


1 392 


3 630 


3 125 


3 588 


10 511 


13 824 


26 952 


20 692 


11 290 


28 923 


33 059 


1 959 


31 802 


1 637 


8 2.V 


4 376 


3 413 


5 094 


3 022 


3 335 


1 670 


1 051 


13 734 


18 153 


1 409 


21 650 


2 317 


3 214 


1 692 


1 544 


3 652 


3 287 


3 320 


1 773 


851 


17 706 


20 388 


1 507 


1 035 


107 


136 


125 


107 


223 


143 


98 


77 


19 


15 878 


17 521 


86 


4 943 


201 


309 


352 


400 


1 119 


1 009 


1 009 


412 


132 


20 403 


21 834 


243 


3 138 


141 


134 


144 


231 


630 


699 


615 


375 


169 


21 598 


25 550 


151 


6 907 


491 


729 


509 


470 


1 141 


1 138 


1 264 


727 


438 


20 395 


23 947 


449 


5 627 


1 377 


1 906 


562 


336 


539 


298 


334 


182 


93 


8 579 


12 397 


578 


53 922 


11 686 


13 448 


5 503 


4 637 


7 452 


4 441 


4 087 


1 936 


732 


10 830 


13 665 


7 724 


531 


88 


131 


97 


35 


80 


33 


33 


34 


- 


11 198 


13 301 


100 


4 656 


549 


900 


683 


566 


832 


428 


452 


198 


48 


13 366 


15 511 


752 


6 127 


552 


878 


729 


804 


1 467 


768 


588 


255 


86 


15 291 


16 712 


760 


19 823 


2 710 


4 138 


2 146 


1 973 


3 297 


2 208 


2 039 


962 


350 


13 663 


16 Oil 


2 529 


22 785 


7 787 


7 401 


1 848 


1 259 


1 776 


1 004 


975 


487 


248 


6 926 


10 435 


3 583 


49.2 


68.1 


67.0 


60.4 


56.0 


45.0 


41.8 


43.8 


47.8 


50.1 






58.2 


32 451 


1 130 


1 834 


1 792 


1 582 


5 536 


6 248 


8 499 


4 079 


1 751 


23 439 


26 037 


1 277 


77 812 


2 554 


3 973 


3 216 


3 716 


12 824 


14 849 


21 684 


10 350 


4 646 


24 217 


26 720 


2 982 


54 894 


2 623 


3 903 


2 406 


2 485 


8 056 


9 329 


14 292 


7 993 


3 807 


24 240 


27 019 


2 779 


74 759 


4 013 


7 162 


3 919 


3 949 


9 013 


10 652 


18 536 


11 729 


5 786 


24 373 


27 447 


3 332 


72 819 


8 186 


13 866 


6 035 


5 070 


9 354 


7 975 


11 339 


7 261 


3 733 


16 681 


20 844 


4 693 


309 808 


17 727 


29 973 


17 157 


16 566 


44 495 


48 828 


74 112 


41 281 


19 669 


22 868 


25 623 


14 345 


7 639 


273 


560 


327 


372 


1 163 


1 322 


1 948 


1 181 


493 


24 072 


26 091 


891 


2 927 


779 


765 


211 


236 


288 


225 


238 


131 


54 


9 444 


13 284 


718 


231 


26 


34 


17 


43 


42 


15 


18 


26 


10 


14 738 


19 878 


58 


312 690 


18 489 


30 725 


17 368 


16 796 


44 777 


49 050 


74 350 


41 412 


19 723 


22 769 


25 510 


15 044 


297 148 


16 064 


28 009 


16 214 


15 635 


42 566 


46 832 


72 008 


40 408 


19 412 


23 134 


25 924 


12 720 


214 541 


8 206 


16 332 


10 234 


9 999 


28 313 


33 888 


56 467 


33 772 


17 330 


25 043 


28 162 


6 792 


123 867 


3 081 


6 449 


4 578 


4 477 


13 501 


18 365 


35 488 


24 175 


13 753 


27 791 


31 633 


2 759 


294 384 


10 968 


24 232 


15 858 


15 973 


43 645 


48 601 


74 094 


41 344 


19 669 


23 698 


26 607 


10 646 


86 137 


7 513 


17 090 


9 519 


8 388 


16 699 


11 924 


10 223 


3 533 


1 248 


15 158 


16 890 


6 060 


208 247 


3 455 


7 142 


6 339 


7 585 


26 946 


36 677 


63 871 


37 811 


18 421 


27 056 


30 626 


4 586 


312 690 


18 489 


30 725 


17 368 


16 796 


44 777 


49 050 


74 350 


41 412 


19 723 


22 769 


25 510 


15 044 


207 716 


12 857 


21 884 


12 373 


i2 001 


30 210 


31 678 


47 236 


26 847 


12 630 


22 176 


24 985 


9 914 


7 704 


820 


1 042 


599 


492 


1 517 


1 340 


1 271 


417 


206 


17 912 


19 412 


756 


40 638 


907 


1 495 


1 190 


1 398 


5 178 


7 108 


12 833 


7 256 


3 273 


26 829 


29 808 


1 043 


52 121 


3 419 


5 699 


2 922 


2 593 


7 133 


8 153 


12 204 


6 490 


3 508 


22 430 


25 582 


2 803 


4 511 


486 


605 


284 


312 


739 


771 


806 


402 


106 


18 872 


20 518 


528 


6.0 


5.0 


5.2 


5.4 


5.5 


5.7 


6.0 


6.4 


6.9 


7.7 






5.3 


258 195 


13 515 


22 673 


13 344 


13 180 


36 528 


41 657 


64 377 


36 135 


16 786 


23 537 


26 064 


10 849 


175 210 


4 598 


7 630 


6 468 


7 274 


25 424 


32 313 


51 164 


28 048 


12 291 


25 606 


28 300 


5 660 


9 667 


960 


1 469 


858 


738 


1 743 


1 456 


1 696 


615 


132 


17 096 


18 464 


869 


20 468 


883 


1 703 


1 207 


1 364 


3 730 


4 033 


5 075 


2 054 


419 


21 555 


22 479 


989 


26 397 


653 


1 326 


1 289 


1 330 


4 847 


5 526 


7 387 


3 258 


781 


23 184 


24 568 


881 


25 395 


584 


1 068 


1 087 


1 401 


4 514 


4 785 


7 403 


3 677 


876 


24 086 


25 567 


844 


22 906 


438 


726 


689 


996 


3 617 


4 962 


6 852 


3 605 


1 021 


24 851 


27 374 


615 


32 610 


614 


651 


768 


995 


4 392 


6 599 


10 957 


5 582 


2 052 


26 271 


28 964 


809 


17 657 


212 


353 


341 


292 


1 676 


3 051 


6 322 


3 663 


1 747 


28 380 


32 167 


293 


12 040 


152 


203 


171 


99 


646 


1 475 


3 960 


3 246 


2 088 


31 503 


37 903 


187 


8 070 


102 


131 


58 


59 


259 


426 


1 512 


2 348 


3 175 


35 320 


52 822 


173 


$362 


$285 


$274 


$295 


$307 


$326 


$354 


$379 


$413 


$549 






$305 


82 985 


8 917 


15 043 


6 876 


5 906 


11 104 


9 344 


13 213 


8 087 


4 49? 


17 034 


21 342 


5 189 


338 


161 


70 


9 


25 


26 


28 


7 


12 


- 


5 667 


9 281 


104 


2 338 


939 


690 


211 


119 


155 


103 


94 


27 


- 


6 379 


8 872 


513 


8 895 


1 997 


2 784 


969 


797 


1 001 


533 


595 


159 


60 


9 324 


11 349 


983 


17 539 


2 184 


4 093 


1 742 


1 468 


2 597 


2 022 


2 222 


971 


240 


13 778 


16 356 


1 120 


19 588 


1 729 


3 562 


1 792 


1 403 


3 016 


2 477 


3 275 


1 782 


552 


17 095 


19 497 


1 059 


22 140 


1 341 


2 925 


1 577 


1 489 


3 053 


2 836 


4 800 


3 022 


1 097 


21 220 


23 618 


891 


7 478 


401 


620 


450 


449 


842 


966 


1 392 


1 337 


1 021 


25 067 


30 348 


343 


4 669 


165 


299 


126 


156 


414 


379 


828 


777 


1 525 


34 519 


47 804 


176 


$141 


$116 


$124 


$132 


$135 


$140 


$145 


$154 


$168 


$215 






$122 


175 210 


4 598 


7 630 


6 468 


7 274 


25 424 


32 313 


51 164 


28 048 


12 291 


25 606 


28 300 


5 660 


60 644 


- 


60 


121 


261 


2 619 


7 690 


22 073 


18 129 


9 691 


33 618 


38 834 


13 


39 701 


8 


134 


421 


1 118 


6 067 


9 760 


14 663 


5 920 


1 610 


26 247 


28 187 


43 


29 022 


1 


395 


1 016 


1 529 


6 718 


7 551 


8 581 


2 579 


652 


23 136 


24 580 


71 


17 291 


15 


705 


1 219 


1 620 


4 590 


4 128 


3 919 


921 


174 


20 524 


21 589 


84 


9 628 


44 


866 


1 126 


1 279 


2 827 


1 887 


1 176 


338 


85 


17 528 


18 715 


173 


18 309 


3 923 


5 470 


2 565 


1 467 


2 603 


1 297 


752 


161 


71 


9 766 


11 190 


4 669 


615 


607 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


8 


2500- 


20 714 


607 


18.4 


50 + 


44.9 


32.0 


27.2 


230 


193 


16.2 


13.1 


10.4 






50 + 


82 985 


8 917 


15 043 


6 876 


5 906 


11 104 


9 344 


13 213 


8 087 


4 495 


17 034 


21 342 


5 189 


39 175 


28 


252 


688 


1 378 


5 498 


7 009 


11 984 


7 879 


4 459 


28 464 


33 401 


30 


16 401 


99 


2 192 


3 093 


3 119 


4 520 


2 081 


1 064 


197 


36 


14 758 


15 866 


67 


9 355 


356 


4 600 


2 087 


1 HI 


846 


212 


138 


5 


- 


9 765 


10 633 


144 


5 586 


732 


3 679 


737 


191 


196 


36 


15 


- 


- 


7 378 


8 031 


243 


3 478 


1 238 


1 930 


202 


76 


16 


4 


12 


_ 


- 


5 838 


6 310 


351 


2 421 


1 120 


1 211 


42 


25 


21 


2 


_ 


_ 


_ 


5 222 


5 481 


354 


6 107 


4 888 


1 179 


27 


6 


7 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


3 645 


3 723 


3 544 


462 


456 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


6 


- 


2500- 


207 


456 


10.6 


38.4 


20.6 


14 4 


12.5 


10.1 


10- 


10- 


10- 


10- 






482 



METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 121-3 



Table A -4 Income and Poverty Status in 1979 of Renter-Occupied Housing Units: 1980 



Data ore estates based on a sample, see Introduction. For meaning of symbols, see Introduction. For definitions of terms, see appendixes A and I 



The SMSA 



Renter-occupied housing units 



HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER 

Married-couple families 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 To 64 years 

65 years and over 

Mole householder, no wife present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 To 64 years 

65 years and over 

Female householder, no husband present 

15 To 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Median age 



YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

1979 to March 1980.. 
1975 to 1978 
1970 to 1974. 

1960 to 1969 

1959 or earlier 



PLUMBING FACILITIES BY PERSONS PER ROOM 
Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

0.50 or less.. 

0.51 to 1 00 _ """ 

1.01 to 1.50 ZZZZZZZZZZZZ! 

151 or more 

Lacking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

50 or less 

0.51 to 1.00. 

1.01 to 1 50 "IZZZIZZZ.ZIZ" 

1 51 or more 



SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 
Heating equipment 

Central heating system 

Air conditioning 

Central system 

Vehicles available 



1 . 



2 or more 

House heating fuel 

Utility gas 

Bottled, tank, or LP gas_ 

Electricity 

Fuel oil, kerosene etc 
Other 

Median rooms 



Specified renter-occupied housing units. 
CONTRACT RENT 

Less than $100 
$100 to $1/9. 

$150 to $199 "" 

$200 to $249 ... 

$250 to $299 ... 

$300 to $349. _ "" 

$350 to $399.. 

$400 to $499 ZZZZZZZZ 

$500 or more 

No cosh rent 

Median 



GROSS RENT 

Less thon $100 
$100 to $149 
$150 to $199. 
$200 to $249.. 
$250 to $299.. 
$300 to $349 . 
$350 to $399 .. 
$400 to $499.. 
$500 or more ._ 

No cosh rent 

Median 



GROSS RENT AS PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD 
INCOME IN 1979 

Less than 15 percent 

15 to 19 percent... ZZZZZZZ! 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent ZZZZZZZZZ! 

30 to 34 percent \ 

35 to 49 percent ----../.. """' 

50 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 



Household income in 1979 



Total 



Less thon $5 000 to 
$5,000 $9,999 



$10,000 

to 

$12,499 



$12,500 

to 

$14,999 



$15,000 

to 

$19,999 



$20,000 $25,000 

to to 

$24,999 $34,999 



185 953 44 854 40 449 21 408 15 998 26 979 16 558 13 442 



61 619 

13 413 
20 598 

8 126 
11 999 

7 483 
42 110 

9 424 
13 596 

5 188 

8 446 
5 456 

82 224 
13 459 
19 496 
8 431 
18 021 
22 817 
36.2 



77 461 
62 581 
23 039 
15 839 
7 033 



180 306 

109 438 

62 077 

6 650 

2 141 

5 647 

2 651 

2 505 

358 

133 



1 

2 

2 

31 



4 650 

1 229 
1 075 
520 
888 
938 
9 022 
859 
425 
797 
251 
690 
182 

5 307 
4 885 
2 163 

6 315 
12 512 

53.2 



17 116 
13 683 
6 817 
4 781 
2 457 



42 788 

28 545 
12 165 

1 478 
600 

2 066 
1 024 

920 
74 
48 



9 850 

2 346 

2 547 

866 

1 507 

2 584 
8 727 
2 387 

2 411 
729 

1 628 

1 572 
21 872 

3 998 

4 991 

2 085 
4 774 
6 024 

39.0 



17 715 
12 385 
5 096 
3 675 
1 578 



39 071 

24 272 

12 771 

1 482 

546 

1 378 

730 

545 

95 



185 698 

169 157 

108 374 

35 534 

133 823 

87 208 

46 615 

185 698 

135 579 

3 378 

32 999 

10 081 

3 661 

3.8 



44 766 

38 064 

16 805 

4 392 

15 548 

13 200 

2 348 

44 766 

34 126 

831 

7 201 

1 651 

957 

3.2 



40 377 

36 429 
21 489 

5 506 
25 976 
21 499 

4 477 

40 377 

30 416 

709 

6 515 
1 874 

863 
3.5 



180 733 44 040 39 487 



30 561 

36 244 

48 105 

32 546 

16 541 

5 825 

2 809 

1 606 

1 433 

5 063 

$169 



17 537 

23 277 

40 089 

39 163 

27 215 

13 472 

6 382 

5 698 

2 837 

5 063 

$208 



38 767 
31 284 
25 696 
17 902 
11 750 
19 975 
28 154 
7 205 
23.3 



18 199 

10 372 

8 757 

3 671 

I 141 

374 

139 

49 

87 

1 251 

$114 



12 829 

8 955 

9 753 
6 091 
2 984 
I 209 

492 

313 

163 

1 251 

$148 



810 
854 
640 
186 
054 
$187 



642 

1 810 

2 630 
2 796 

2 237 
7 008 

23 531 

3 386 
50 + 



2 123 

3 218 
6 081 
6 603 
5 789 

10 296 

4 323 
1 054 

31.0 



7 053 

1 957 

2 184 
813 

1 233 

866 

4 778 

1 361 

1 766 

440 

815 

396 

9 577 

1 550 

3 436 

1 271 

1 991 

1 329 

32.3 



9 745 
7 064 
2 421 
1 542 
636 



20 831 

12 939 

6 822 

875 

195 

577 

261 

257 

29 

30 



21 377 

19 719 

13 260 
3 952 

17 979 

14 000 
3 979 

21 377 

15 566 
436 

3 879 

1 041 

455 

3.8 

20 910 



6 293 


1 946 


11 025 


4 294 


12 243 


7 101 


5 675 


4 407 


2 140 


1 895 


604 


489 


213 


141 


139 


59 


101 


41 


1 054 


537 


$156 


$175 


3 014 


658 


7 452 


2 329 


11 616 


5 630 


8 403 


5 610 


4 458 


3 412 



496 
645 
506 
87 
537 
$213 



2 106 

4 004 

5 784 
4 324 
2 150 
1 764 

241 
537 
23.5 



315 

762 
143 
646 
028 
736 
683 
048 

1 444 
478 
556 
157 

6 000 
787 

2 188 
762 

I 404 
859 
31.7 



12 465 

3 254 

4 852 

1 521 

2 068 
770 

6 932 
1 386 

3 064 



383 



047 
141 
294 
582 
126 
421 
317 
793 
925 
31.6 



7 032 
5 805 
I 649 
1 097 
415 



15 674 

9 212 

5 674 

612 

176 

324 

159 

144 

15 

6 



15 998 

15 036 

10 589 

3 307 

14 311 
9 894 

4 417 

15 998 

11 538 
301 

2 910 
918 
331 
3.9 



11 591 

10 256 

2 890 

1 490 

752 



26 254 

14 716 

10 334 

932 

272 

725 

276 

348 

73 

28 



26 955 

25 260 
18 765 
6 319 

25 173 

15 027 
10 146 

26 955 
18 831 

550 

5 226 

1 760 

588 

4.1 



969 

2 772 
5 290 

3 713 
1 567 

442 
187 
109 
49 
434 
$185 



304 

1 343 

3 693 

4 613 

2 877 
1 222 

465 
439 
142 
434 
$223 



2 490 



939 
394 
974 
725 
537 
39 
434 
20.1 



1 609 

3 864 

7 479 

7 029 

3 630 

1 124 

412 

191 

137 

645 

$198 



420 

1 732 
5 022 
7 105 
5 863 

2 939 
1 179 

873 
342 
645 



8 130 



962 
832 
541 
688 
302 
20 
645 
17.3 



! 824 
406 
663 
602 
057 
705 
752 
674 
802 
124 
118 
374 
860 
444 
909 
531 

32.7 



6 914 
6 170 
1 739 
1 274 
461 



16 256 

8 822 
6 725 
534 
175 
302 
106 
152 
44 



16 547 

15 685 
12 199 
4 460 

15 904 

7 105 

8 799 

16 547 
11 407 

317 

3 189 

1 331 

303 

4.3 



15 532 26 120 15 821 



797 

1 974 
4 096 
4 018 

2 696 
984 
417 
203 
149 
487 

$209 



150 

782 

2 517 



I 891 
I 780 
999 
929 
926 
360 
487 
$254 



8 740 

4 558 

1 393 

438 

146 

59 

487 
14.2 



8 222 

881 
3 106 

1 655 

2 135 
445 

3 162 
489 

1 253 
618 
711 

91 

2 058 
215 
561 
290 
633 
359 

35.7 



5 311 
4 956 
1 525 
1 180 
470 



13 241 



195 
394 
534 
118 
201 
72 
95 
28 
6 



13 413 

12 913 
10 138 
4 604 

12 904 
4 511 

8 393 

13 413 

9 385 
160 

2 701 

1 034 

133 

4.5 

12 861 



623 

1 466 

2 356 

3 046 
2 556 
I 148 

690 
338 
249 
389 
$230 



128 
517 

1 370 

2 723 
2 840 
2 072 
1 227 
I 001 

594 

389 

$277 



9 424 

2 282 

522 

220 

15 

9 

389 
12.4 



$35,000 

to $50,000 or 
$49,999 more 



4 340 



2 695 

75 

753 

545 

1 047 

275 

1 131 

144 

346 

262 

331 

48 

514 

69 

113 

85 

110 

137 

42.5 



1 477 

I 607 

575 

536 

145 



4 300 

2 364 
1 721 
163 
52 
40 
17 
16 



340 

197 
468 
940 
213 
282 
931 
340 
014 

59 
918 
329 

20 
5.0 



4 156 



84 
363 
592 
719 
698 
488 
470 
305 
276 
161 
$264 



22 
98 
377 
557 
764 
512 
443 
710 
512 
161 
$318 



439 

490 

60 

6 



161 

10.1 



Median 
(dollars) 



1 925 



986 

21 

114 

154 

430 

267 

618 

45 

135 

143 

211 

84 

321 

33 

41 

14 

92 

141 

51.5 



560 
655 
327 
264 
119 



1 891 

1 373 

471 

40 

7 

34 

6 

28 



1 925 

I 854 
1 661 
1 054 
1 815 

690 

1 125 

1 925 

1 296 

15 

460 

143 
11 

5.0 

1 806 



41 
114 
191 
268 
218 
172 
140 
213 
344 
105 
$305 



12 
69 
111 
170 
237 
213 
148 
290 
451 
105 
$363 



673 
21 



112 
10- 



093 
085 

759 
882 
921 
578 
715 



11 000 
11 848 
9 582 
9 144 
8 012 



10 995 

10 367 
12 236 

11 043 
9 282 
7 584 

6 989 

7 710 
iO 862 
10 875 



10 901 

11 279 
13 122 

15 436 
13 794 

11 590 
18 965 
10 901 

10 522 

10 854 

11 794 
13 792 
10 058 



10 818 



4 373 
8 340 
11 075 
14 197 
17 007 
19 379 
23 916 
26 472 
29 747 
11 054 



3 737 

6 555 

9 408 

12 267 

14 893 

16 726 

17 744 
20 414 
26 758 
11 054 



21 913 
15 737 



Mean 
(dollors) 



10 896 



16 104 

14 166 

17 245 

18 924 
18 347 

10 634 

11 730 

10 856 

14 571 

15 658 

11 055 



11 788 
9 716 
8 131 
6 126 
3 142 
5 928 



13 014 



17 886 

14 519 
17 943 

20 344 

21 568 

15 190 

13 837 
12 122 
15 490 
17 462 

14 278 
8 551 
8 941 

8 100 
10 336 
10 760 

9 520 
7 116 



12 717 

13 702 

12 396 

13 163 
11 850 



13 110 

12 621 

14 051 
12 900 

11 485 
9 928 
9 333 

10 127 

12 109 
12 145 



13 018 

13 391 
15 287 
18 162 
15 706 

13 070 
20 636 
13 018 

12 670 

12 081 

13 929 
15 714 

11 11 



12 900 



6 488 
10 157 

12 360 
15 235 
18 232 
21 022 
26 184 
30 981 
39 655 

13 933 



4 688 
8 286 
10 870 
13 318 
15 970 
17 810 
19 735 
23 095 
33 992 
13 933 



24 434 
15 984 
12 089 
9 894 
8 484 
6 482 
3 217 
10 651 



Income in 

1979 below 

poverty 

level 



42 208 



6 502 

1 556 
I 944 
1 Oil 

1 221 
770 

7 509 

2 053 
I 346 

716 
1 867 

1 527 
28 197 

5 679 

5 870 

2 818 

6 227 

7 603 
40.2 



18 157 
13 060 
5 607 
3 642 
1 742 



40 310 


21 320 


15 108 


2 816 


1 066 


1 898 


803 


892 


141 


62 


42 106 


35 315 


14 006 


3 969 


16 732 


13 023 


3 709 


42 106 


31 686 


833 


6 668 


1 853 


1 066 


3.4 



41 185 



16 493 

9 709 

8 075 

3 714 

1 375 

549 

203 

90 

68 

909 

$119 



II 581 

7 687 

8 439 
6 126 
3 381 
1 446 

798 
603 
215 
909 
$155 



1 240 

2 026 
2 579 
2 553 

2 094 
5 806 

21 843 

3 044 
50 + 



121-4 



CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 



METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



Table A— 5. Selected Monthly Owner Costs for Mortgaged Housing Units: 1980 



[Dota are estimates based on o sample, see Introduction. For meaning of symbols, see Introduction. For definitions of terms, see appendixes A and B] 



The SMSA 



Specified owner-occupied housing units 

PERSONS IN UNIT 

1 person 

2 persons 

3 persons 

4 persons 

5 persons 

6 persons — 

7 persons 

8 or more persons 

Medion 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER 

Morried-couple families 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Male householder, no wife present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 yeors 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Female householder, no husband present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 yeors 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Median oge 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

1979 to March 1980 

1975 to 1978 

1970 to 1974 

I960 to 1969 

1959 or earlier 

ROOMS 

1 to 3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 rooms 

8 or more rooms 

Medion 

YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT 

1975 to March 1980 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1950 to 1959 

1940 to 1949 

1939 or earlier 

VALUE 

Less than $10,000 

$10,000 to $19.999 

$20,000 to $29,999 

$30,000 to $39.999 

$40,000 to $49.999 

$50,000 to $59,999 

$60,000 to $79,999 

$80,000 to $99,999 

$100,000 to $U9.999 

$150,000 or more 

Median 

SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS 
PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1979 

Less than 15 percent 

15 to 19 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

Heating equipment 

Steam or hot water system 

Central warm-air furnoce or electric heat pump 

Other built-in electric units 

Floor, wall, or pipeless furnace 

Other means 

Air conditioning 

Central system 

1 or more individual room units 

House heating fuel 

Utility gas 

Bottled, tank, or LP gos 

Electricity 

Fuel oil. kerosene, etc. 

Other... 



Total 



175 210 



9 997 

40 105 

37 289 

45 803 

24 970 

10 156 

4 801 

2 089 

3.50 



148 797 

4 584 
44 185 
42 063 
53 012 

4 953 

8 752 
432 

2 968 

1 858 

2 851 
643 

17 661 
245 

3 211 

4 305 
7 664 
2 236 

41.4 



22 924 
57 975 
38 581 
43 525 
12 205 



929 
7 550 
35 028 
49 247 
39 168 
43 288 
6.4 



22 989 
18 838 
41 908 
36 483 
16 109 
38 883 



897 

6 231 

15 641 

27 921 

35 226 

27 919 

33 596 

14 039 

10 130 

3 610 

$50 500 



60 644 
39 701 
29 022 

17 291 
9 628 

18 309 
615 
18.4 



175 199 

9 280 

152 518 

5 795 

1 634 
5 972 

129 259 

80 894 

48 365 

175 199 

115 523 

2 506 
29 781 
25 401 

1 988 



Less than 
$200 



9 667 



1 618 

3 553 

1 716 

1 482 

717 

315 

182 

84 

2.41 



6 490 

163 

666 

1 052 

3 567 

1 042 
904 

44 
136 
133 
406 
185 

2 273 

10 

70 

255 

1 130 

808 

54.5 



482 
I 077 

1 582 
4 128 

2 398 



326 
630 
822 
429 
032 
428 
5.3 



174 
273 

1 452 

2 252 
1 445 
4 071 



452 

1 708 

2 408 
2 317 
1 765 

612 

330 

45 

21 

9 

$31 100 



5 960 

1 164 

705 

384 

314 

1 085 

55 

12.7 



9 665 

411 

7 871 

218 

268 

897 

5 475 

1 524 

3 951 

9 665 

7 488 

164 

408 

1 328 

277 



$200 to 
$249 



20 468 



1 830 



744 
427 
478 
296 
991 
456 
246 
3.10 



16 134 

228 

2 174 

3 869 
8 669 



1 194 

1 079 

13 

261 

210 

428 

167 

3 255 

27 

328 

675 

1 709 

516 

49.1 



563 

2 485 
4 149 

10 158 

3 113 



222 

1 720 
7 491 
6 984 

2 871 
1 180 

5.6 



211 
603 

4 989 

5 709 
2 399 

6 557 



199 

1 780 

4 126 

5 527 
5 072 

2 416 
164 
117 

62 

5 

$37 400 



1 



510 
416 
456 
833 
457 
713 
83 
134 



20 468 

784 

17 956 

454 

302 

972 

12 814 

4 594 

8 220 

20 468 

16 122 

431 

736 

2 870 

309 



$250 to 
$299 



26 397 



I 575 
6 088 

5 697 

6 670 
3 629 
I 610 

798 
330 
3.47 



21 939 

453 

4 768 

6 156 

9 611 

951 

1 251 

56 

391 

248 

458 

98 

3 207 

73 

532 

800 

1 465 

337 

44.6 



954 
5 181 
7 866 
10 025 
2 371 



116 

1 512 
7 539 
9 320 
5 060 

2 850 
5.9 



681 
1 690 
7 003 

6 659 
3 231 

7 133 



192 
249 
727 
252 
817 
401 
107 
486 
156 
10 
$42 500 



13 693 

6 155 

2 752 

1 239 

691 

806 

61 

14.7 



1 



26 394 

1 201 

22 998 

764 

386 

1 045 

17 699 

8 350 

9 349 
26 394 



20 



187 

361 
362 
165 
299 



$300 to 
$349 



25 395 



1 362 
5 092 

5 663 

6 885 
3 834 
1 658 

579 
322 
3.58 



21 461 

673 

6 281 

5 781 

8 035 

691 

1 265 
109 
341 
261 
472 

82 

2 669 

37 
524 
712 
I 164 
232 
41.8 



1 504 
8 137 
7 458 
6 751 
1 545 



65 

1 073 
5 333 
8 689 
5 953 
4 282 
6.2 



1 473 

2 495 
6 901 

5 877 
2 625 

6 024 



24 

788 
2 528 
5 570 
6 
4 
4 
1 



268 
448 
385 
020 
335 
29 
$46 200 



10 146 
6 628 
3 689 

1 859 
918 

2 080 

75 
16.9 



25 389 

1 301 
21 967 

1 050 
229 
842 

17 718 
9 865 
7 853 

25 389 

18 007 
390 

2 756 

3 975 
261 



$350 to 
$399 



22 906 



972 

4 423 

5 334 

6 417 
3 502 
1 308 

656 
294 
3.61 



19 878 

798 
6 914 

5 478 

6 329 
359 

1 033 

43 

413 

231 

285 

61 

1 995 

10 

547 

608 

727 

103 

38.9 



2 004 
9 898 
5 671 
4 289 

1 044 



65 
680 

4 147 
6 918 
6 041 

5 055 
6.4 



2 366 

3 172 
5 862 

4 766 
2 157 
4 583 



15 

400 

1 549 

3 824 
5 495 

4 410 
4 929 
1 729 

484 

71 

$50 300 



6 743 
6 653 
4 382 
2 141 

992 

I 909 

86 

18 5 



22 906 

1 123 

20 070 

862 

163 

688 

17 097 

10 684 

6 413 

22 906 

15 467 

320 

3 561 

3 362 

196 



$400 to 
$499 



32 610 



1 147 

7 148 

7 017 

9 411 

i 746 

1 816 

949 

376 

361 



28 790 

I 341 

II 441 

8 302 

7 354 

352 

1 391 

69 
643 
284 
370 

25 

2 429 

59 
685 
747 
827 
111 
37.1 



5 565 
15 355 

6 383 
4 435 

872 



70 

611 
4 411 

8 755 

9 156 
9 607 

6.8 



6 263 

4 561 
8 105 
6 081 
2 434 

5 166 



15 
254 
006 
309 
975 
585 
287 
320 
684 
175 
$56 700 



6 431 
8 763 

7 652 
4 027 

2 307 

3 313 
117 

20.7 



32 610 

1 617 

28 524 

1 362 

165 

942 

25 657 

18 407 
7 250 

32 610 

19 760 
454 

7 527 

4 493 

376 



$500 to 
$599 



17 657 



778 
048 
596 
625 
861 
062 
503 
184 
359 



15 712 

620 

6 150 

4 652 

4 127 

163 

936 

91 

431 

161 

247 

6 

1 009 

18 

305 

243 

383 

60 

37.1 



4 875 
7 820 
2 705 
1 825 
432 



55 
227 
574 
779 
964 
058 

7 1 



4 694 

2 989 

3 790 
2 685 

981 
2 518 



52 
244 
893 

2 140 

3 478 
5 705 
2 970 
1 891 

284 
$66 300 



490 
630 
307 
093 
699 
376 
62 
23 I 



17 657 

980 

15 582 

602 

98 

395 

14 660 

11 707 

2 953 

17 657 

9 352 

217 

5 494 

2 387 

207 



S6C; to 

$749 



12 040 



432 
2 441 

2 347 

3 631 
1 910 

773 
349 
157 
3 72 



10 971 

255 

3 850 

3 664 

3 090 

112 

537 

7 

217 

183 

118 

12 

532 

II 

150 

184 

150 

37 

38.3 



3 957 

4 897 
1 737 
1 201 

248 



10 
68 

558 

1 649 

2 959 
6 796 

7.7 



4 018 

1 981 

2 464 
1 496 

545 
1 536 



53 
183 
598 

1 368 
3 691 

2 834 
2 664 

649 
S80 800 



1 533 

2 166 
2 527 
2 411 

1 264 

2 113 

26 
24.6 



12 040 
857 

10 659 

371 

15 

138 

10 617 

9 017 

1 600 

12 040 

5 687 

119 

4 555 

1 630 

49 



$750 or more 



070 



283 
1 568 

1 492 

2 204 
1 475 

623 

329 

96 

3.81 



7 422 

53 

1 941 
3 109 

2 230 

89 
356 



135 

147 

67 

7 

292 

70 

81 

109 

32 

39.8 



3 020 

3 125 

1 030 

713 

182 



29 

153 

724 

1 132 

6 032 

8.3 



3 109 
1 074 
1 342 
958 
292 
1 295 



46 

96 
201 

998 

1 518 

2 833 
2 378 



$118 600 



1 138 

1 126 

I 552 

1 304 

986 

914 

50 

257 



1 9H 



8 070 

1 006 

6 891 
112 

8 
53 

7 522 
6 746 

776 

8 070 
3 453 

50 
3 362 
1 191 

14 



METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 121-5 



Table A -6 Selected Monthly Owner Costs for Not Mortgaged Housing Units: 1980 



[Doto ore estimates bosed on o somple. see Introduction. For meoning of symbols, see Introduction. For definitions of terms, see appendixes A ond B] 



The SMSA 

Specified owner-occupied housing units 

PERSONS IN UNIT 

1 person 

2 persons 

3 persons 

4 persons 

5 persons __. 

6 persons 

7 persons 

8 or more persons 

Median 



HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER 

Married-couple families 

15 to 24 yeors 

25 to 34 yeors 

35 to 44 yeors 

45 to 64 years 

65 years ond over 

Male householder, no wife present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 yeors 

35 to 44 yeors 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Female householder, no husband present 

15 to 24 yeors 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 yeors 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Medion age 



Totol 



YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

1979 toMorch 1980 

1975 to 1978 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1959 or earlier 



ROOMS 

1 to 3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 rooms 

8 or more rooms . 
Median 



YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT 

1975 to March 1980 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1950 to 1959 

1940 to 1949 

1939 or earlier 



VALUE 

Less than $10 000. 
$10,000 to $19,999... 
$20,000 to $29,999. 
$30,000 to $39,999.. 
$40,000 to $49,999... 
$50,000 to $59,999... 
$60,000 to $79 999. 
$80,000 to $99,999... 
$100,000 to $149,999. 

$150,000 or more 

Median 



SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS 
PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1979 

Less thon 10 percent 

10 to 14 percent 

15 to 19 percent "'.'.'.'.'.." 

20 to 24 percent _ 

25 to 29 percent ~~-~-~.~.V.~~-. 

30 to 34 percent 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Medion 



SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

Heating equipment 

Steom or hot water system 

Central worm-air furnace or electric heot pump . 

Other built-in electric units 

Floor, woll, or pipeless furnoce 

Other means 

Air conditioning 

Centrol system 

1 or more individual room units 

House heating fuel 

Utility gos 

Bottled, tank, or LP gos .1../... 

Electrich ■ 

Fuel oil k osene, etc 

Other. 



82 985 



19 135 

38 167 

13 254 

6 572 

3 154 

1 536 

788 

379 

209 



53 072 
194 

1 282 

3 007 
27 770 
20 819 

6 308 
152 
303 
299 

2 061 

3 493 
23 605 

75 
271 
510 

7 718 
15 031 

64.2 



2 000 

5 535 

7 314 

20 649 

47 487 



1 296 

9 487 

26 086 

25 662 

12 117 

8 3V 

5.7 



1 493 

2 249 

10 137 
24 033 

11 738 
33 335 



2 159 

8 208 
13 353 
16 237 
15 795 
10 734 

9 711 

3 142 
2 567 
1 079 

$40 900 



Less thon $50 



39 


175 


16 


401 


9 


355 


5 


586 


3 


478 


2 


421 


6 


107 




462 




10.6 


82 


974 


6 937 


69 


391 


1 


198 




942 


4 


506 


51 


654 


27 


418 


24 


236 


82 


974 


62 


342 


1 


321 


2 


973 


IS 


413 




925 



338 



218 
78 
36 



6 
1.28 

74 



7 

30 

37 

122 

4 

7 

33 

78 

142 



58 

84 

70.3 



18 
20 
52 
76 
172 



56 
89 

122 
43 
15 
13 

4.7 



28 
9 
41 
23 
15 
222 



$50 to $74 



2 

H7 000 



180 
96 
26 
14 

7 



333 

21 

120 

21 

5 

166 

54 

12 

42 

333 

165 

19 

43 

24 

82 



2 338 



1 263 
795 
194 

29 
8 

27 
7 

15 
1.43 



856 

22 

35 

48 

219 

532 

297 

6 

14 

26 

87 

164 

1 185 

17 

12 

156 

1 000 

72.4 



99 
142 
186 
443 

1 468 



244 
762 
932 
299 
45 
56 
4.7 



33 

39 

87 

329 

308 

1 542 



296 

714 

642 

354 

206 

79 

36 

1 

10 

$21 800 



901 
394 
421 
287 
150 

52 
108 

25 
13.2 



2 338 

130 

1 634 

45 
39 
490 
852 
183 
669 

2 338 
1 783 

83 

58 

316 

98 



$75 to $99 



8 895 



3 833 

3 935 

730 

200 

93 

41 

53 

10 

1.66 



3 871 

33 
68 
107 

1 214 

2 449 

1 144 

34 

40 

43 

299 

728 

3 880 

10 

21 

44 

829 

2 976 
70.3 



132 

489 

723 

1 639 

5 912 



312 

2 279 

3 572 
1 984 

534 
214 
5.0 



107 
130 
468 
723 
520 
947 



$100 to $124 $125 to $149 $150 to $199 $200 to $249 $250 or more Median (dollars) 



489 
785 
562 
278 
162 
423 
165 
31 



$28 300 



3 622 

1 753 

1 196 

793 

644 

312 

511 

64 

12.3 



8 889 

503 

7 295 
148 
167 
776 

4 184 
1 119 
3 065 

8 889 
7 204 

155 

243 

1 120 

167 



17 539 



4 725 

8 869 

2 371 

926 

361 

117 

121 

49 

1.96 



10 548 

47 
273 
436 

4 695 

5 097 
1 346 

36 

60 

77 

377 

796 

5 645 

14 

61 

104 

1 768 

3 698 

66.3 



19 588 



1 



437 
027 
364 
3 809 
10 902 



215 
790 
122 
451 
437 
524 
5.3 



166 

294 

622 
270 
843 
344 



517 

2 230 

3 952 

4 590 
3 810 
1 613 

681 

78 

57 

11 

$34 200 



8 456 
3 333 
2 030 



226 
735 
575 
063 
121 
104 



17 539 

1 300 
14 724 

335 

255 

925 

9 595 

3 604 

5 991 

17 539 

14 029 

245 

474 

2 597 
194 



22 140 



139 
503 
217 
600 
730 
239 
107 
53 
2.10 



12 856 

56 

352 

681 

6 753 

5 014 

1 478 

19 

69 

82 

550 

758 

5 254 

25 

71 

84 

1 856 

3 218 

63.8 



509 

1 282 

1 527 

4 655 

11 615 



252 
2 024 
6 898 
6 729 
2 618 
1 067 

5.6 



335 


532 


2 220 


6 159 


2 986 


7 356 


420 


1 636 


3 047 


4 499 


4 668 


3 033 


1 882 


282 


103 


18 


$40 400 


9 764 
3 An 



122 
144 
791 
618 
455 
81 
10.0 



19 588 

1 296 

16 843 

237 

234 

978 

12 343 

6 274 

6 069 

19 588 

14 934 

316 

686 

3 451 

201 



3 521 
9 906 

4 244 
2 323 
1 162 

555 

299 

130 

2.26 



15 779 

22 

332 

1 008 

9 442 

4 975 
1 297 

52 

76 

42 

497 

630 

5 064 

9 
65 
159 

1 989 

2 842 
61.6 



483 

1 543 

2 124 
6 304 

11 686 



154 

1 243 
5 809 
8 016 
4 481 

2 437 
6.0 



431 
735 
3 359 
7 482 
2 870 
7 263 



250 

1 281 

2 318 

3 511 

4 551 
4 186 
4 474 

994 

495 

80 

$48 200 



10 839 



498 
208 
379 
730 
602 
795 
89 
10.2 



12 140 

1 882 

19 038 

267 

160 

793 

15 158 

9 339 

5 819 

22 140 

15 684 

239 

834 

5 241 

142 



7 478 



862 

3 127 

1 576 

955 

488 

326 

95 

49 

2.42 



5 571 

14 

139 

428 

3 318 

1 672 

374 

32 

8 

136 

198 

1 533 

31 

79 

701 

722 

60.6 



191 
601 
790 

2 287 

3 609 



35 
207 

1 231 

2 305 
1 999 
1 701 

6.5 



220 
282 

1 450 

2 434 
814 

2 278 



85 

332 

525 

813 

1 048 

1 068 

1 717 

1 060 

702 

128 

$58 300 



300 
734 
824 
454 
256 
162 
696 
52 
11.2 



7 478 

950 
6 123 



251 
5 651 

4 044 
1 607 
7 478 

5 295 
143 
336 

1 663 
41 



4 669 



574 
1 954 
886 
539 
312 
225 
106 
73 
2.40 



3 517 

83 

292 

2 099 

1 043 

250 

5 

8 

14 

82 

141 

902 

10 

40 

361 

491 

60.5 



131 
431 
548 

1 436 

2 123 



28 
93 
400 
835 
988 
2 325 
7.5 



173 
228 
890 

1 613 
382 

1 383 



21 
116 
230 
169 
309 
332 
756 
694 
1 200 
842 
$92 300 



! 1 1 3 

980 
528 
289 
165 

100 
479 

15 
11.1 



4 669 

855 

3 614 

59 

14 

127 

3 817 

2 843 
974 

4 669 

3 248 
121 
299 

1 001 



141 



123 
139 
151 
161 
167 
180 
168 
174 



147 

122 
144 
161 
155 
136 
129 
125 
137 
124 
136 
124 
130 
119 
140 
157 
139 
123 



140 
146 
147 
148 
136 



104 
114 
130 
144 
166 
197 



159 
158 
159 
148 
135 
130 



110 
117 
121 
130 
139 
153 
173 
209 
244 
250 + 



141 
143 
137 
135 
131 
136 
149 
127 



141 

156 
141 
130 
126 
122 
148 
163 
135 
141 
138 
138 
149 
152 
115 



121-6 CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 



METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



Table A— 7. Year Structure Built for Owner- and Renter-Occupied Housing Units: 1980 



The SMSA 



Occupied housing units 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER 

Married-couple families 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 yeors 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Male householder, no wHe present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 yeors 

45 to 64 yeors 

65 years and over 

Female householder, no husband present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Median age 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

1979 to March 1980 

1975 to 1978 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1959 or earlier 

ROOMS 

1 room 

2 rooms 

3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 or more rooms 

Median 

PLUMBING FACILITIES BY PERSONS PER ROOM 

Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

0.50 or less 

0.51 to 1 00 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

lacking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

0.50 or less 

0.51 to 1.00 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

PERSONS IN UNIT 

1 person 

2 persons 

3 persons 

4 persons 

5 persons 

6 or more persons 

Median 

Total persons 

UNITS IN STRUCTURE 

1, detached or attached 

2 

3 ond 4 

5 to 9 

10 to 49 

50 or more 

Mobile home or trailer, etc. 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

Heating equipment 

Steam or hot water system 

Central warm-air furnace or electric heot pump 

Other built-in electric units 

Floor, wall, or pipeless furnace 

Other means 

Air conditioning 

Central system 

1 or more individual room units 

House heating fuel 

Utility gos 

Bottled, tank, or LP gas 

Electricity 

Fuel oil, kerosene, etc 

Other 

Income in 1979 below poverty level 

Percent below poverty level 

HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1979 

Less than $5,000 

$5,000 to $9,999 

$10,000 to $12,499 

$12,500 to $14,999 

$15,000 to $19,999 

$20,000 to $24,999 

$25,000 to $34,999 

$35,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 or more 

Median 

Meon 



[Dato are estimates based on o 


sample, see Introduction For 


meaning of symbols, see Introduction. For definitions of terms, see oppenc 


ixes A and B] 






Owner-occupied housing units 


Renter-occupied housing units 




1975 to 


1970 to 


I960 to 


1940 to 


1939 or 




1975 to 


1970 to 


1960 to 


1940 to 


1939 or 


Total 


March 1980 


1974 


1969 


1959 


earlier 


Total 


Morch 1980 


1974 


1969 


1959 


earlier 


312 735 


31 459 


27 359 


59 505 


99 668 


94 744 


185 953 


14 474 


23 610 


38 886 


47 725 


61 258 


237 163 


27 437 


23 243 


49 157 


75 725 


61 601 


61 619 


5 274 


8 209 


12 792 


15 638 


19 706 


6 504 


1 414 


726 


1 185 


1 733 


1 446 


13 413 


1 814 


2 253 


2 950 


3 230 


3 166 


52 186 


12 437 


7 115 


8 851 


12 708 


11 075 


20 598 


1 819 


2 984 


4 481 


5 534 


5 780 


51 667 


7 974 


7 741 


12 779 


12 819 


10 354 


8 126 


511 


887 


1 578 


2 090 


3 060 


95 004 


4 994 


6 783 


22 505 


35 651 


25 071 


11 999 


703 


1 236 


2 187 


2 898 


4 975 


31 802 


618 


878 


3 837 


12 814 


13 655 


7 483 


427 


849 


1 596 


1 886 


2 725 


21 650 


1 663 


1 407 


3 206 


6 086 


9 288 


42 110 


3 550 


5 665 


8 629 


9 763 


14 503 


1 035 


163 


113 


159 


282 


318 


9 424 


1 033 


1 486 


2 233 


2 111 


2 561 


4 943 


737 


523 


611 


1 359 


1 713 


13 596 


1 482 


2 097 


3 081 


3 326 


3 610 


3 138 


308 


291 


605 


792 


1 142 


5 188 


400 


753 


1 163 


1 089 


1 783 


6 907 


352 


365 


1 329 


1 934 


2 927 


8 446 


406 


798 


1 458 


1 920 


3 864 


5 627 


103 


115 


502 


1 719 


3 188 


5 456 


229 


531 


694 


1 317 


2 685 


53 922 


2 359 


2 709 


7 142 


17 857 


23 855 


82 224 


5 650 


9 736 


17 465 


22 324 


27 049 


531 


72 


31 


84 


138 


206 


13 459 


1 229 


1 849 


3 251 


3 758 


3 372 


4 656 


692 


507 


871 


1 332 


1 254 


19 496 


1 352 


2 597 


4 598 


5 493 


5 456 


6 127 


479 


624 


1 404 


1 883 


1 737 


8 431 


457 


1 Oil 


1 796 


2 570 


2 597 


19 823 


847 


1 076 


2 979 


7 279 


7 642 


18 021 


846 


1 659 


3 387 


5 085 


7 044 


22 785 


269 


471 


1 804 


7 225 


13 016 


22 817 


1 766 


2 620 


4 433 


5 418 


8 580 


49.2 


35.2 


39.8 


46.9 


53.2 


55.8 


36.2 


30.5 


32.5 


33.7 


35.6 


43.9 


32 451 


10 882 


2 977 


4 985 


6 468 


7 139 


77 461 


10 489 


11 468 


16 663 


18 000 


20 841 


77 812 


20 577 


8 956 


13 548 


18 121 


16 610 


62 581 


3 985 


8 417 


13 843 


16 867 


19 469 


54 894 


- 


15 426 


11 200 


14 677 


13 591 


23 039 


- 


3 725 


4 761 


5 928 


8 625 


74 759 


- 


- 


29 772 


24 273 


20 714 


15 839 


- 


- 


3 619 


4 814 


7 406 


72 819 


- 


- 


- 


36 129 


36 690 


7 033 


- 


- 


- 


2 116 


4 917 


239 


24 


22 


37 


67 


89 


5 837 


286 


777 


1 276 


1 081 


2 417 


471 


11 


46 


60 


130 


224 


17 199 


1 135 


1 933 


3 742 


3 621 


6 768 


5 668 


200 


209 


516 


1 206 


3 537 


54 457 


4 473 


6 287 


11 204 


14 429 


18 064 


28 070 


1 833 


2 406 


3 254 


9 641 


10 936 


55 579 


4 623 


7 946 


12 785 


14 396 


15 829 


74 946 


4 060 


4 398 


13 883 


29 006 


23 599 


32 590 


2 758 


4 840 


6 692 


8 661 


9 639 


86 029 


6 293 


5 449 


15 886 


31 563 


26 838 


12 621 


811 


1 191 


2 098 


3 680 


4 841 


117 312 


19 038 


14 829 


25 869 


28 055 


29 521 


7 670 


388 


636 


1 089 


1 857 


3 700 


6.0 


6.9 


6.7 


6.3 


5.8 


5.8 


38 


3.8 


3.9 


3.8 


3.8 


3.7 


309 808 


31 417 


27 282 


59 344 


98 928 


92 837 


180 306 


14 288 


23 198 


38 195 


46 489 


58 136 


193 767 


19 334 


14 987 


34 046 


62 633 


62 767 


109 438 


9 488 


15 077 


24 250 


26 506 


34 117 


108 402 


11 694 


11 614 


23 894 


33 717 


27 483 


62 077 


4 542 


7 509 


12 566 


17 111 


20 349 


6 759 


349 


624 


1 241 


2 325 


2 220 


6 650 


155 


468 


1 031 


2 211 


2 785 


880 


40 


57 


163 


253 


367 


2 141 


103 


144 


348 


661 


885 


2 927 


42 


77 


161 


740 


1 907 


5 647 


186 


412 


691 


1 236 


3 122 


1 845 


5 


46 


95 


390 


1 309 


2 651 


113 


256 


384 


555 


1 343 


851 


32 


19 


37 


288 


475 


2 505 


66 


130 


245 


560 


1 504 


190 


- 


4 


20 


56 


110 


358 


7 


26 


62 


76 


187 


41 


5 


8 


9 


6 


13 


133 


- 


- 


- 


45 


88 


40 757 


2 263 


1 882 


4 867 


12 914 


18 831 


79 156 


6 200 


10 286 


17 265 


18 866 


26 539 


95 845 


7 321 


5 639 


16 047 


35 272 


31 566 


50 627 


4 756 


7 197 


11 140 


12 485 


15 049 


60 335 


6 796 


5 701 


12 055 


19 672 


16 111 


26 483 


2 038 


3 374 


5 609 


7 230 


8 232 


60 424 


8 933 


7 6)0 


13 722 


16 586 


13 573 


15 920 


1 009 


1 725 


2 952 


4 646 


5 588 


32 264 


4 133 


4 115 


7 526 


8 861 


7 629 


7 765 


296 


636 


1 160 


2 446 


3 227 


23 110 


2 013 


2 412 


5 288 


6 363 


7 034 


6 002 


175 


392 


760 


2 052 


2 623 


2.83 


3.40 


3.56 


3.23 


2.58 


2.40 


1.77 


1.72 


1.71 


1 70 


1 90 


1 77 


979 457 


107 404 


97 330 


201 878 


297 271 


275 574 


395 315 


28 338 


46 478 


77 438 


108 467 


134 594 


282 229 


27 814 


23 362 


55 715 


94 405 


80 933 


31 037 


1 255 


1 908 


4 356 


10 402 


13 116 


14 147 


243 


196 


524 


3 098 


10 086 


24 467 


552 


563 


1 355 


7 091 


14 906 


4 249 


327 


140 


306 


1 029 


2 447 


33 825 


847 


1 838 


4 314 


12 545 


14 281 


1 647 


282 


107 


262 


320 


676 


27 875 


2 437 


3 015 


5 168 


7 665 


9 590 


1 756 


283 


214 


408 


405 


446 


51 534 


7 065 


11 922 


17 073 


8 250 


7 224 


283 


40 


57 


80 


51 


55 


15 387 


2 034 


3 711 


6 050 


1 549 


2 043 


8 424 


2 470 


3 283 


2 210 


360 


101 


1 828 


284 


653 


570 


223 


98 


312 690 


31 459 


27 359 


59 491 


99 666 


94 715 


185 698 


14 463 


23 610 


38 855 


47 633 


61 137 


21 920 


159 


305 


2 537 


6 220 


12 699 


61 270 


1 702 


6 320 


15 515 


19 263 


18 470 


262 720 


27 514 


23 143 


52 325 


86 624 


73 114 


87 934 


7 804 


12 327 


17 667 


21 337 


28 799 


9 079 


2 724 


2 562 


2 043 


1 046 


704 


15 655 


4 482 


4 267 


3 627 


1 745 


1 534 


3 429 


54 


219 


473 


1 306 


1 377 


4 298 


171 


326 


1 034 


1 319 


1 448 


15 542 


1 008 


1 130 


2 113 


4 470 


6 821 


16 541 


304 


370 


1 012 


3 969 


10 886 


214 541 


27 118 


22 323 


45 143 


68 361 


51 596 


108 374 


13 509 


20 997 


31 522 


22 415 


19 931 


123 867 


25 107 


18 130 


31 645 


36 175 


12 810 


35 534 


7 823 


10 855 


11 207 


3 483 


2 166 


90 674 


2 Oil 


4 193 


13 498 


32 186 


38 786 


72 840 


5 686 


10 142 


20 315 


18 932 


17 765 


312 690 


31 459 


27 359 


59 491 


99 666 


94 715 


185 698 


14 463 


23 610 


38 855 


47 633 


61 137 


207 716 


1 565 


14 692 


42 515 


70 643 


78 301 


135 579 


3 255 


13 131 


28 486 


39 135 


51 572 


7 704 


1 259 


1 742 


1 429 


1 712 


1 562 


3 378 


205 


583 


698 


911 


981 


40 638 


26 562 


7 429 


3 157 


2 145 


1 345 


32 999 


10 271 


8 777 


7 510 


3 541 


2 900 


52 121 


1 437 


3 056 


11 839 


24 047 


11 742 


10 081 


646 


771 


1 495 


3 144 


4 025 


4 511 


636 


440 


551 


1 119 


1 765 


3 661 


86 


348 


666 


902 


1 659 


15 063 


717 


1 087 


1 799 


4 397 


7 063 


42 208 


2 192 


3 523 


6 462 


12 125 


17 906 


48 


2.3 


4.0 


3.0 


4.4 


7.5 


227 


15.1 


149 


16.6 


254 


29.2 


18 506 


687 


936 


1 835 


5 583 


9 465 


AA 854 


2 482 


3 927 


7 137 


12 038 


19 270 


30 738 


1 027 


1 397 


3 741 


10 162 


14 411 


40 449 


2 710 


4 247 


7 811 


11 318 


14 363 


17 368 


915 


968 


2 374 


5 907 


7 204 


21 408 


1 617 


2 737 


4 538 


5 920 


6 596 


16 802 


981 


1 156 


2 491 


5 873 


6 301 


15 998 


1 295 


2 354 


3 683 


4 022 


4 644 


44 783 


4 048 


3 751 


7 433 


15 095 


14 456 


26 979 


2 490 


4 321 


6 430 


6 498 


7 240 


49 053 


5 715 


4 364 


9 558 


16 120 


13 296 


16 558 


1 697 


2 730 


3 974 


3 960 


4 197 


74 350 


10 020 


7 707 


16 675 


23 135 


16 813 


13 442 


1 390 


2 093 


3 707 


2 829 


3 423 


41 412 


5 583 


4 773 


10 151 


12 316 


8 589 


4 340 


526 


798 


1 109 


830 


1 077 


19 723 


2 483 


2 307 


5 247 


5 477 


4 209 


1 925 


267 


403 


497 


310 


448 


$22 767 


$26 786 


$26 131 


$26 148 


$22 146 


$18 470 


$10 896 


$13 326 


$13 449 


$12 476 


$10 214 


$8 868 


$25 507 


$29 759 


$29 257 


$29 213 


$24 744 


$21 488 


$13 014 


$15 611 


$15 316 


$14 581 


$12 004 


$11 305 



METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 121-7 



Table A -8 Units in Structure for Owner- and Renter-Occupied Housing Units: 1980 



[Doto ore estimates based on a sample, see Introduction. For meaning of symbols, see Introduction. For definitions of terms, see appendixes A and B] 



The SMSA 



Occupied housing units 

Condominium housing units 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER 

Married-couple families 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Male householder, no wife present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 yeors 

65 yeors and over 

Female householder, no husband present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 yeors 

45 to 64 yeors 

65 years ond over 

Median age 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

1979 to March 1980 

1975 to 1978 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1959 or earlier 

ROOMS 

1 room 

2 rooms 

3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms-- 

6 rooms 

7 or more rooms 

Median 

PLUMBING FACILITIES BY PERSONS PER ROOM 
Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

0.50 or less 

0.51 to 1.00 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

Lacking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

0.50 or less-- 

0.51 to 1.00 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

BEDROOMS 

None 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 or more 

HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1979 

Less thon S5.000 

$5,000 to $9,999 

$10,000 to $12.499 

$12,500 to $14,999 

$15,000 to $19,999 

$20,000 to $24,999 

$25,000 to $34,999 

$35,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 or more 

Median 

Mean 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

Heating equipment 

Sreom or hot water system 

Central warm-air furnace or electric heot pump 

Other built-in electric units 

Floor, woll, or pipeless furnace 

Other means 

Air conditioning 

Central system 

Vehicles available 

1 

2 or more 

House heating fuel 

Utility gos 

Bottled, tank, or LP gas___ 

Electricity 

Fuel oil, kerosene, etc 

Other 

Water heating fuel 

Utility gas 

Bottled, tank, or LP gas 

Electricity 

Fuel oil. kerosene, etc. 

Other 

family householder 

With own children under 18 years 

With own children under 6 yeors 

Female householder, no husband present 

With own children under 18 years 

With own children under 6 yeors 

Non family householder 

Income in 1979 below poverty level 

Percent below poverty level 



Owner-occupied housing units 


Renter-occupied housing units 




1 unit, 




Mobile 




1 unit. 












Mobile 




detoched or 


2 or more 


home or 




detached or 




3 and 4 




10 to 49 


50 or more 


home or 


Total 


attached 


units 


trailer, etc. 


Total 


attached 


2 units 


units 


5 to 9 units 


units 


units 


trailer, etc. 


312 735 


282 229 


22 082 


8 424 


185 953 


31 037 


24 467 


33 825 


27 875 


51 534 


15 387 


1 828 


3 341 


1 962 


1 379 


- 


1 991 


466 


89 


225 


385 


540 


286 


- 


237 163 


219 846 


11 602 


5 715 


61 619 


17 582 


9 224 


9 569 


7 259 


13 991 


3 181 


813 


6 504 


5 002 


488 


1 014 


13 413 


2 188 


2 002 


2 074 


1 914 


4 412 


588 


235 


52 186 


48 300 


2 097 


1 789 


20 598 


6 089 


3 207 


2 893 


2 410 


4 807 


841 


351 


51 667 


48 908 


1 733 


1 026 


8 126 


3 602 


1 179 


983 


729 


1 327 


196 


110 


95 004 


88 926 


4 740 


1 338 


11 999 


4 249 


1 683 


1 938 


1 379 


2 125 


552 


73 


31 802 


28 710 


2 544 


548 


7 483 


1 454 


1 153 


1 681 


827 


1 320 


1 004 


44 


21 650 


17 228 


3 414 


1 008 


42 110 


4 073 


4 444 


7 471 


7 168 


14 447 


4 033 


474 


1 035 


665 


222 


148 


9 424 


827 


875 


1 643 


1 537 


3 631 


817 


94 


4 943 


3 707 


1 027 


209 


13 596 


1 293 


1 562 


2 186 


2 296 


5 194 


956 


109 


3 138 


2 476 


547 


115 


5 188 


514 


529 


952 


831 


1 898 


374 


90 


6 907 


5 662 


915 


330 


8 446 


891 


867 


1 592 


1 510 


2 610 


861 


115 


5 627 


4 718 


703 


206 


5 456 


548 


611 


1 098 


994 


1 114 


1 025 


66 


53 922 


45 155 


7 066 


1 701 


82 224 


9 382 


10 799 


16 785 


13 448 


23 096 


8 173 


541 


531 


361 


111 


59 


13 459 


1 060 


1 486 


2 373 


2 547 


4 965 


942 


86 


4 656 


3 719 


648 


289 


19 496 


2 420 


2 533 


3 502 


3 197 


6 638 


1 052 


154 


6 127 


5 296 


559 


272 


8 431 


1 517 


974 


1 494 


1 659 


2 289 


462 


36 


19 823 


16 875 


2 327 


621 


18 021 


2 301 


2 494 


3 981 


3 193 


4 568 


1 380 


. 104 


22 785 


18 904 


3 421 


460 


22 817 


2 084 


3 312 


5 435 


2 852 


4 636 


4 337 


161 


49.2 


49.0 


54.5 


39.8 


36.2 


37.6 


36.9 


41.0 


35.1 


31.8 


57.3 


32.5 


32 451 


27 326 


2 768 


2 357 


77 461 


11 129 


9 174 


12 672 


12 416 


24 972 


6 155 


943 


77 812 


69 326 


5 260 


3 226 


62 581 


10 552 


8 281 


11 467 


8 926 


17 788 


4 966 


601 


54 894 


49 745 


3 139 


2 010 


23 039 


3 990 


2 957 


4 392 


3 365 


5 365 


2 747 


223 


74 759 


69 464 


4 541 


754 


15 839 


3 155 


2 643 


3 724 


2 230 


2 707 


1 345 


35 


72 819 


66 368 


6 374 


77 


7 033 


2 211 


1 412 


1 570 


938 


702 


174 


26 


239 


106 


89 


44 


5 837 


149 


95 


517 


1 101 


1 958 


2 015 


2 


471 


185 


226 


60 


17 199 


313 


910 


2 777 


4 437 


6 119 


2 517 


126 


5 668 


2 300 


2 801 


567 


54 457 


2 111 


7 095 


13 175 


8 714 


17 916 


5 197 


249 


28 070 


18 830 


5 370 


3 870 


55 579 


6 811 


8 865 


11 153 


8 230 


16 055 


3 532 


933 


74 946 


66 380 


5 757 


2 809 


32 590 


8 743 


4 947 


4 875 


4 135 


7 793 


1 714 


383 


86 029 


81 786 


3 493 


750 


12 621 


7 132 


1 713 


1 018 


999 


1 347 


333 


79 


117 312 


li2 642 


4 346 


324 


7 670 


5 778 


842 


310 


259 


346 


79 


56 


6.0 


6.2 


4.9 


4.4 


3.8 


5.2 


4.0 


3.5 


3.5 


3.5 


3.1 


4.1 


309 808 


280 623 


20 886 


8 299 


180 306 


30 008 


23 616 


32 774 


26 933 


50 175 


15 005 


1 795 


193 767 


175 458 


14 219 


4 090 


109 438 


14 555 


13 787 


20 867 


15 878 


33 228 


10 268 


855 


108 402 


98 793 


5 926 


3 683 


62 077 


13 283 


8 488 


10 274 


9 352 


15 435 


4 413 


832 


6 759 


5 740 


554 


465 


6 650 


1 871 


1 044 


1 312 


1 099 


1 064 


155 


105 


880 


632 


187 


61 


2 141 


299 


297 


321 


604 


448 


169 


3 


2 927 


1 606 


1 196 


125 


5 647 


1 029 


851 


1 051 


942 


1 359 


382 


33 


1 845 


972 


815 


58 


2 651 


474 


425 


564 


406 


622 


143 


17 


851 


468 


331 


52 


2 505 


425 


322 


408 


464 


649 


232 


5 


190 


143 


36 


11 


358 


100 


69 


50 


38 


83 


7 


11 


41 


23 


14 


4 


133 


30 


35 


. 29 


34 


5 


- 


- 


290 


131 


111 


48 


7 559 


183 


204 


766 


1 558 


2 558 


2 269 


21 


14 249 


8 297 


5 332 


620 


81 674 


3 704 


11 031 


18 629 


13 913 


26 030 


8 090 


277 


78 048 


63 639 


9 328 


5 081 


70 265 


11 750 


10 453 


12 272 


9 739 


20 444 


4 453 


1 154 


151 709 


144 451 


4 683 


2 575 


20 586 


11 078 


2 191 


1 854 


2 302 


2 287 


544 


330 


57 839 


55 931 


1 819 


89 


4 732 


3 475 


476 


230 


307 


199 


24 


21 


10 600 


9 780 


809 


11 


1 137 


847 


112 


74 


56 


16 


7 


25 


18 506 


15 178 


2 361 


967 


44 854 


5 127 


5 755 


9 002 


8 747 


10 408 


5 360 


455 


30 738 


25 308 


3 916 


1 514 


40 449 


5 497 


5 689 


8 450 


6 526 


10 528 


3 262 


497 


17 368 


14 626 


1 991 


751 


21 408 


3 275 


2 942 


4 365 


2 804 


6 551 


1 255 


216 


16 802 


14 515 


1 532 


755 


15 998 


2 713 


2 185 


2 801 


1 920 


5 230 


1 023 


126 


44 783 


39 526 


3 325 


1 932 


26 979 


5 083 


3 565 


4 334 


3 518 


8 658 


1 565 


256 


49 053 


45 Oil 


2 867 


1 175 


16 558 


3 992 


2 169 


2 289 


2 004 


4 834 


1 081 


189 


74 350 


69 796 


3 503 


1 051 


13 442 


3 474 


1 588 


1 809 


1 707 


3 736 


1 058 


70 


41 412 


39 416 


1 763 


233 


4 340 


1 364 


440 


554 


433 


1 102 


436 


11 


19 723 


18 853 


824 


46 


1 925 


512 


134 


221 


216 


487 


347 


8 


$22 767 


$23 489 


$16 927 


$15 495 


$10 896 


$13 992 


$10 671 


$9 675 


$8 948 


$11 844 


$8 427 


$9 505 


$25 507 


$26 187 


$20 395 


$16 115 


$13 014 


$16 148 


$12 555 


$11 540 


$11 364 


$13 401 


$12 554 


$11 304 


312 690 


282 198 


22 079 


8 413 


185 698 


31 023 


24 450 


33 801 


27 784 


51 449 


15 371 


1 820 


21 920 


18 107 


3 785 


28 


61 270 


3 014 


3 607 


13 383 


10 871 


24 436 


5 878 


81 


262 720 


240 134 


15 928 


6 658 


87 934 


21 509 


16 733 


14 318 


10 421 


17 380 


6 311 


1 262 


9 079 


8 350 


401 


328 


15 655 


1 010 


585 


1 431 


2 486 


7 248 


2 304 


91 


3 429 


2 793 


373 


263 


4 298 


976 


672 


790 


680 


896 


215 


69 


15 542 


12 814 


1 592 


1 136 


16 541 


4 514 


2 853 


3 879 


3 326 


1 489 


163 


317 


214 541 


195 634 


13 447 


5 460 


108 374 


13 870 


9 801 


16 873 


13 859 


40 880 


12 118 


973 


123 867 


117 462 


4 218 


2 187 


35 534 


4 822 


2 178 


3 547 


5 235 


13 423 


6 053 


276 


294 384 


267 769 


18 669 


7 946 


133 823 


26 096 


17 494 


23 166 


17 252 


39 306 


9 012 


1 497 


86 137 


74 106 


8 862 


3 169 


87 208 


12 059 


11 328 


17 027 


12 235 


27 048 


6 641 


870 


208 247 


193 663 


9 807 


4 777 


46 615 


14 037 


6 166 


6 139 


5 017 


12 258 


2 371 


627 


312 690 


282 198 


22 079 


8 413 


185 698 


31 023 


24 450 


33 801 


27 784 


51 449 


15 371 


1 820 


207 716 


187 444 


18 450 


1 822 


135 579 


20 291 


21 788 


29 402 


20 878 


33 902 


8 897 


421 


7 704 


4 834 


298 


2 572 


3 378 


1 061 


255 


456 


374 


572 


128 


532 


40 638 


37 516 


1 803 


1 319 


32 999 


2 553 


1 510 


3 180 


5 643 


14 443 


5 462 


208 


52 121 


48 223 


1 335 


2 563 


10 081 


6 083 


780 


518 


328 


1 285 


439 


648 


4 511 


4 181 


193 


137 


3 661 


1 035 


117 


245 


561 


1 247 


445 


11 


311 967 


281 586 


22 034 


8 347 


185 120 


30 528 


24 456 


33 783 


27 767 


51 418 


15 354 


1 811 


199 073 


180 171 


18 207 


695 


131 145 


19 383 


21 295 


28 804 


20 279 


32 271 


8 790 


323 


7 208 


5 866 


457 


885 


4 681 


1 550 


453 


582 


629 


1 086 


205 


176 


103 308 


93 320 


3 284 


6 704 


46 866 


9 300 


2 599 


4 220 


6 530 


17 162 


5 764 


1 291 


2 220 


2 073 


86 


61 


1 464 


237 


81 


120 


107 


545 


351 


23 


158 


156 


- 


2 


964 


58 


28 


57 


222 


354 


244 


1 


267 998 


246 550 


14 738 


6 710 


95 969 


24 240 


14 531 


15 795 


13 590 


21 918 


4 675 


1 220 


139 287 


129 550 


5 767 


3 970 


55 371 


16 431 


8 199 


8 609 


8 175 


11 280 


1 750 


927 


52 866 


48 388 


2 242 


2 236 


31 740 


8 310 


4 762 


5 041 


4 852 


7 067 


1 052 


656 


24 425 


21 098 


2 538 


789 


29 920 


5 676 


4 564 


5 526 


5 670 


6 875 


1 277 


332 


10 683 


9 221 


972 


490 


22 244 


4 373 


3 181 


4 074 


4 359 


5 154 


818 


285 


1 832 


1 466 


245 


121 


10 436 


1 765 


1 395 


1 999 


2 211 


2 563 


335 


168 


44 737 


35 679 


7 344 


1 714 


89 984 


6 797 


9 936 


18 030 


14 285 


29 616 


10 712 


608 


15 063 


12 364 


1 778 


921 


42 208 


6 269 


5 457 


7 881 


8 590 


9 489 


3 987 


535 


4.8 


4.4 


8 1 


10.9 


22.7 


202 


22.3 


23.3 


30.8 


18.4 


259 


29.3 



121-8 CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 



METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



Table a -9. Owner- and Renter-Occupied Housing Units by Size of Household: 1980 

(Data are estimates based on a sample, see Introduction. For meaning of symbols, see Introduction. For definitions of terms, see appendixes A and I 

The SMSA 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Nonrelotives present 

ROOMS 

1 to 3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 rooms 

8 or more rooms 

Median 

PLUMBING FACILITIES BY PERSONS PER ROOM 
Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1 .00 or less 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

Locking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1.00 or less 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

UNITS IN STRUaURE 

1, detoched or attached 

2 or more 

Mobile home or trailer, etc. 

VALUE 

Specified owner-occupied housing units 

Less than $10.000 

$10,000 to $19.999 

$20,000 to $29,999 

$30,000 to $39.999 

$40,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 to $59,999 

$60,000 to $79,999 

$80,000 to $99.999 

$100,000 to $149,999 

$150,000 or more 

Median 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

All income levels in 1979 

Median income 

Median selected monthly owner costs as percentage of 
household income 

With a mortgage 

Not mortgaged 

Income in 1979 below poverty level 

Median income 

Median selected monthly owner costs as percentage of 

household income 

With o mortgage 

Not mortgaged 

Renter-occupied housing units 

Nonrelotives present 

ROOMS 

1 room 

2 rooms 

3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 or more rooms 

Median 

PLUMBING FACILITIES BY PERSONS PER ROOM 
Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1.00 or less 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

Locking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1.00 or less 

1.01 to 1.50 

1 .51 or more 

UNITS IN STRUaURE 

1, detached or ottoched 

2 

3 and 4 

5 to 9 

10 to 49 

50 or more 

Mobile home or trailer, etc. 

GROSS RENT 

Specified renter-occupied housing units 

less than $100 .„_ 

$100 to $149 

$150 to $199 

$200 to $249 

$250 to $299 

$300 to $349 

$350 to $399 

$400 to $499 

$500 or more 

No cosh rent 

Median 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

All income levels in 1979 

Median income 

Median gross rent as percentage of household income _ 
Income in 1979 below poverty level 

Median income 

Median gross rent os percentage of household income . 



















8 or more 






Total 


1 person 


2 persons 


3 persons 


4 persons 


5 persons 


6 persons 


7 persons 


persons 


Median 


Total persons 


312 735 


40 757 


95 845 


60 335 


60 424 


32 264 


13 607 


6 513 


2 990 


2.83 


979 457 


7 834 


- 


3 273 


1 548 


1 116 


795 


559 


373 


170 


2.92 


27 727 


6 378 


3 312 


2 100 


501 


204 


141 


77 


31 


12 


1 46 


12 255 


28 070 


8 462 


11 518 


4 285 


2 467 


869 


274 


131 


64 


1 98 


63 548 


74 946 


13 321 


28 200 


14 257 


11 055 


5 235 


1 960 


671 


247 


2.36 


202 670 


86 029 


9 387 


27 241 


18 151 


16 809 


8 877 


3 467 


1 454 


643 


2.85 


267 619 


57 874 


3 884 


15 492 


12 318 


14 153 


7 012 


2 916 


1 525 


574 


3.28 


198 428 


59 438 


2 391 


11 294 


10 823 


15 736 


10 130 


4 913 


2 701 


1 450 


3.83 


234 937 


6.0 


5.1 


5.7 


6.1 


6 5 


6.6 


6.9 


7 1 


7,4 






309 808 


39 844 


94 955 


59 905 


60 112 


32 127 


13 485 


6 434 


2 946 


2.84 


971 550 


302 169 


39 844 


94 924 


59 852 


59 913 


31 183 


11 229 


4 205 


1 019 


2 77 


919 737 


6 759 


- 


- 


44 


183 


805 


2 185 


2 082 


1 460 


6.58 


45 318 


880 


- 


31 


9 


16 


139 


71 


147 


467 


7.62 


6 495 


2 927 


913 


890 


430 


312 


137 


122 


79 


44 


2.12 


7 907 


2 696 


913 


885 


423 


307 


71 


67 


21 


9 


1.99 


6 529 


190 


- 


- 


- 


5 


64 


49 


43 


29 


603 


1 134 


41 


- 


5 


7 


- 


2 


6 


15 


6 


6.53 


244 


282 229 


32 609 


86 282 


55 068 


56 461 


30 291 


12 720 


6 089 


2 709 


290 


889 290 


22 082 


6 557 


7 050 


3 426 


2 581 


1 230 


629 


360 


249 


2.14 


65 449 


8 424 


1 591 


2 513 


1 841 


1 382 


743 


258 


64 


32 


2.56 


24 718 


258 195 


29 132 


78 272 


50 543 


52 375 


28 124 


11 692 


5 589 


2 468 


2.93 


811 105 


3 056 


945 


1 026 


350 


236 


255 


151 


64 


29 


2.07 


8 302 


14 439 


3 452 


4 876 


2 453 


1 525 


963 


520 


422 


228 


2.27 


38 552 


28 994 


5 654 


9 578 


4 867 


4 209 


2 621 


1 116 


593 


356 


2.42 


80 910 


44 158 


6 248 


14 226 


8 611 


7 887 


4 026 


1 878 


908 


374 


2.69 


130 125 


51 021 


5 163 


16 060 


10 837 


10 210 


5 207 


2 113 


989 


442 


2.90 


158 361 


38 653 


3 273 


11 374 


8 169 


8 982 


4 279 


1 584 


723 


269 


3.07 


125 802 


43 307 


2 647 


12 369 


8 740 


10 517 


5 594 


2 205 


861 


374 


3.26 


145 860 


17 181 


895 


4 378 


3 205 


4 457 


2 592 


997 


485 


172 


3.53 


61 861 


12 697 


629 


3 172 


2 439 


3 247 


1 898 


781 


384 


147 


3.53 


43 790 


4 689 


226 


1 213 


872 


1 105 


689 


347 


160 


77 


3.53 


17 542 


$47 500 


$37 100 


$45 800 


$48 300 


$51 900 


$51 900 


$50 400 


$48 400 


$44 800 






312 735 


40 757 


95 845 


60 335 


60 424 


32 264 


13 607 


6 513 


2 990 


2.83 


979 457 


$22 767 


$8 647 


$20 386 


$24 998 


$26 482 


$26 931 


$29 154 


$29 354 


$31 564 






16.3 


23.8 


14.6 


15.1 


16.8 


167 


15.2 


14.9 


13.7 






18.4 


28.3 


18.5 


18.2 


18.1 


17.8 


16.6 


16.1 


15.3 






10.6 


21 4 


10.6 


10- 


10- 


10- 


10- 


10- 


10- 






15 063 


5 712 


3 411 


1 688 


1 647 


1 170 


685 


515 


235 


2.03 




$3 266 


$2 653 


$3 113 


$3 232 


$4 117 


$5 234 


$6 765 


$7 714 


$8 149 






50+ 


50 + 


50 + 


50 + 


50 + 


50 + 


50 + 


50 + 


47.0 






50 + 


50+ 


50+ 


50+ 


50+ 


50+ 


50 + 


50+ 


50 + 






48.2 


48.9 


48.2 


50 + 


44.2 


35.3 


45.3 


245 


11.6 






185 953 


79 156 


50 627 


26 483 


15 920 


7 765 


3 387 


1 798 


817 


1.77 


395 315 


14 581 


- 


9 076 


2 918 


1 360 


568 


353 


204 


102 


2.30 


39 147 


5 837 


5 224 


426 


95 


36 


30 


_ 


14 


12 


1.06 


6 745 


17 199 


13 060 


3 002 


741 


306 


62 


26 


2 


- 


1.16 


22 450 


54 457 


34 273 


13 970 


4 090 


1 385 


465 


159 


82 


33 


1.29 


82 408 


55 579 


17 833 


18 334 


11 014 


5 663 


1 891 


563 


217 


64 


2.04 


122 327 


32 590 


6 610 


10 653 


6 489 


4 556 


2 571 


1 039 


501 


171 


2.41 


87 552 


12 621 


1 460 


2 924 


2 633 


2 382 


1 552 


926 


538 


206 


3.23 


44 106 


7 670 


696 


1 318 


1 421 


1 592 


1 194 


674 


444 


331 


3.75 


29 727 


3.8 


3.1 


3.9 


4.3 


4.6 


5.1 


5.4 


5.7 


6.1 






180 306 


76 459 


49 329 


25 772 


15 422 


7 493 


3 281 


1 764 


786 


1.78 


383 308 


171 515 


76 459 


48 933 


24 992 


13 854 


5 166 


1 565 


439 


107 


1 .69 


337 595 


6 650 


- 


- 


697 


1 262 


1 797 


1 531 


1 023 


340 


5.26 


34 919 


2 141 


- 


396 


83 


306 


530 


185 


302 


339 


5.04 


10 794 


5 647 


2 697 


1 298 


711 


498 


272 


106 


34 


31 


1.60 


12 007 


5 156 


2 697 


1 268 


655 


339 


151 


35 


5 


6 


1.46 


9 674 


358 


- 


- 


44 


123 


94 


71 


16 


10 


4.63 


1 741 


133 


- 


30 


12 


36 


27 


- 


13 


15 


4.18 


592 


31 037 


5 279 


7 317 


6 198 


5 554 


3 550 


1 719 


946 


474 


2.97 


98 534 


24 467 


8 564 


7 422 


4 244 


2 430 


1 034 


499 


135 


139 


1 99 


54 528 


33 825 


16 371 


9 069 


4 298 


2 354 


1 088 


370 


225 


50 


1.56 


64 948 


27 875 


12 672 


7 576 


3 863 


2 107 


936 


338 


284 


99 


1 67 


56 330 


51 534 


25 848 


15 106 


6 382 


2 722 


927 


333 


170 


46 


1.50 


92 867 


15 387 


9 886 


3 737 


1 079 


466 


117 


66 


27 


9 


1.28 


23 496 


1 828 


536 


400 


419 


287 


113 


62 


11 


- 


2.44 


4 612 


180 733 


78 321 


49 365 


25 523 


14 977 


7 050 


3 089 


1 649 


759 


1.74 


378 947 


17 537 


11 304 


2 560 


1 474 


1 175 


590 


222 


140 


72 


1.28 


31 358 


23 277 


13 322 


4 964 


2 144 


1 447 


753 


339 


219 


89 


1.37 


41 990 


40 089 


21 438 


10 268 


4 504 


2 144 


900 


488 


242 


105 


1.43 


72 720 


39 163 


15 991 


12 107 


6 157 


2 776 


1 263 


521 


299 


49 


1.80 


80 030 


27 215 


7 980 


9 390 


5 105 


2 909 


1 051 


394 


228 


158 


2.10 


62 741 


13 472 


3 401 


4 707 


2 615 


1 558 


767 


218 


144 


62 


2.21 


32 806 


6 382 


1 234 


1 593 


1 506 


982 


662 


245 


117 


43 


2.74 


18 874 


5 698 


975 


1 471 


1 015 


993 


615 


383 


155 


91 


2.90 


17 907 


2 837 


725 


907 


323 


418 


241 


109 


74 


40 


2.26 


8 258 


5 063 


1 951 


1 398 


680 


575 


208 


170 


31 


50 


1 92 


12 263 


$208 


$182 


$225 


$235 


$244 


$247 


$241 


$235 


$267 






185 953 


79 156 


50 627 


26 483 


15 920 


7 765 


3 387 


1 798 


817 


1.77 


395 315 


$10 896 


$7 804 


$13 445 


$13 203 


$13 794 


$14 152 


$13 211 


$14 469 


$15 851 






23.3 


26.3 


20.1 


21.8 


21.5 


21.8 


22.1 


19.4 


18,7 






42 208 


19 173 


8 329 


5 688 


4 443 


2 308 


1 215 


695 


357 


1.73 




$3 117 


$2500- 


$3 230 


$3 467 


$4 204 


$5 004 


$6 065 


$6 855 


$8 589 






50 + 


50 + 


50 + 


50+ 


48.7 


41.1 


41.6 


34,5 


29.5 







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121-10 CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 



METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



Table A — 1 1 . Age and Sex of Householder in One-Person Households for Owner- and Renter-Occupied Housing 
Units: 1980 



The SMSA 



Owner-occupied housing units 

PLUMBING FACILITIES 

Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

Locking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

UNITS IN STRUCTURE 

I, detached or ottached 

2 or more 

Mobile home or trailer, etc. 

HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1979 

Less than $5,000. 

$5,000 to $9.999 

$10,000 to $12,499 

$12,500 to $14,999 

$15,000 to $19,999 

$20,000 to $24,999 

$25,000 to $34,999 

$35,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 or more 

Median 

Mean 

MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED MONTHLY 
OWNER COSTS 

Specified owner-occupied housing units 

With o mortgage 

Less thon $200 

$200 to $249 

$250 to $299 

$300 to $349 

$350 to $399 

$400 to $499 

$500 to $599 

$600 to $749 

$750 or more 

Median 

Not mortgaged 

Less than $50 

$50 to $74 

$75 to $99 

$100 to $124 

$125 to $149 

$150 to $199 

$200 to $249 

$250 or more 

Median 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

Median selected monthly owner costs as percentage of 

household income in 1979 

With a mortgage 

Not mortgaged 

Income in 1979 below poverty level 

Percent below poverty level 

Renter-occupied housing units 

PLUMBING FACILITIES 

Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

Lacking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

UNITS IN STRUCTURE 

1, detached or ottached 

2 

3 and 4 

5 to 9 

10 to 49 

50 or more 

Mobile home or trailer, etc. 

HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1979 

Less than $5,000 

$5,000 to $9,999 

$10,000 to $12,499 

$12,500 to $14,999 

$15,000 to $19,999 

$20,000 to $24,999 

$25,000 to $34,999 

$35,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 or more 

Median 

Mean 

GROSS RENT 

Specified renter-occupied housing units 

Less than $100 

$100 to $149 

$150 to $199 

$200 to $249 

$250 to $299 

$300 to $349 

$350 to $399 

$400 to $499 

$500 or more 

No cosh rent 

Median 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

Median gross rent as percentage of household income in 

1979 

Income in 1979 below poverty level 

Percent below poverty level 



[Doto are estimates based on o 


sample, see 


Introduction. 


For meaning 


of symbols. 


see Introduct 


on. For definitions of terms 


see append 


xes A and 8] 








Male householder 






Femole hou 


seholder 








1 5 to 24 


25 to 34 


35 to 44 


45 to 64 


65 yeors 




15 to 24 


25 to 34 


35 to 44 


45 to 64 


65 yeors 


Totol 


Total 


years 


yeors 


years 


yeors 


and over 


Total 


yeors 


years 


years 


years 


ond over 


40 757 


13 118 


571 


3 085 


1 821 


3 694 


3 947 


27 639 


203 


1 244 


895 


8 846 


16 451 


39 844 


12 721 


550 


3 041 


1 791 


3 564 


3 775 


27 123 


203 


1 244 


895 


8 750 


16 031 


913 


397 


21 


44 


30 


130 


172 


516 


- 


- 


- 


96 


420 


32 609 


9 976 


343 


2 214 


1 359 


2 849 


3 211 


22 633 


132 


905 


689 


7 336 


13 571 


6 557 


2 403 


154 


723 


383 


590 


553 


4 154 


56 


276 


143 


1 154 


2 525 


1 591 


739 


74 


148 


79 


255 


183 


852 


15 


63 


63 


356 


355 


11 557 


1 990 


87 


156 


99 


366 


1 282 


9 567 


6 


71 


96 


2 056 


7 338 


11 428 


2 454 


80 


221 


84 


538 


1 531 


8 974 


87 


157 


148 


2 650 


5 932 


3 848 


1 164 


100 


303 


95 


321 


345 


2 684 


42 


207 


113 


1 180 


1 142 


2 686 


1 015 


70 


301 


186 


248 


210 


1 671 


14 


155 


72 


814 


616 


4 848 


2 343 


148 


836 


392 


697 


270 


2 505 


33 


359 


307 


1 126 


680 


2 851 


1 794 


49 


628 


416 


583 


118 


1 057 


21 


170 


109 


508 


249 


2 074 


1 433 


26 


448 


303 


570 


86 


641 


- 


102 


42 


274 


223 


926 


586 


11 


132 


181 


205 


57 


340 


- 


17 


6 


169 


148 


539 


339 


- 


60 


65 


166 


48 


200 


- 


6 


2 


69 


123 


$8 647 


$14 842 


$13 161 


$18 267 


$20 467 


$17 508 


$6 960 


$7 000 


$10 506 


$15 377 


$15 313 


$9 492 


$5 565 


$11 906 


$16 935 


$13 302 


$19 250 


$22 752 


$20 419 


$9 707 


$9 519 


$11 503 


$15 795 


$14 556 


$11 290 


$7 793 


29 132 


8 562 


292 


1 906 


1 164 


2 417 


2 783 


20 570 


118 


804 


597 


6 635 


12 416 


9 997 


4 642 


239 


1 732 


981 


1 325 


365 


5 355 


84 


748 


491 


2 659 


1 373 


1 618 


508 


37 


92 


70 


197 


112 


1 110 


10 


17 


34 


517 


532 


1 830 


600 


13 


165 


135 


200 


87 


1 230 


14 


88 


78 


722 


328 


1 575 


658 


17 


210 


130 


225 


76 


917 


11 


105 


123 


502 


176 


1 362 


665 


52 


218 


132 


214 


49 


697 


12 


116 


78 


361 


130 


972 


469 


16 


255 


92 


83 


23 


503 


3 


140 


102 


194 


64 


1 147 


717 


35 


341 


124 


205 


12 


430 


22 


119 


62 


161 


66 


778 


511 


62 


229 


117 


103 


- 


267 


12 


93 


12 


120 


30 


432 


315 


7 


156 


90 


56 


6 


117 


- 


50 


2 


41 


24 


283 


199 


- 


66 


91 


42 


- 


84 


- 


20 


- 


41 


23 


$299 


$342 


$352 


$385 


$363 


$309 


$241 


$268 


$329 


$367 


$307 


$259 


$224 


19 135 


3 920 


53 


174 


183 


1 092 


2 418 


15 215 


34 


56 


106 


3 976 


11 043 


218 


112 


- 


- 


7 


27 


78 


106 


- 


- 


- 


26 


80 


1 263 


263 


6 


14 


22 


75 


146 


1 000 


11 


_ 


_ 


121 


868 


3 833 


874 


19 


28 


28 


205 


594 


2 959 


- 


5 


7 


528 


2 419 


4 725 


883 


13 


43 


57 


216 


554 


3 842 


10 


6 


55 


986 


2 785 


4 139 


849 


- 


50 


51 


305 


443 


3 290 


13 


17 


15 


978 


2 267 


3 521 


662 


15 


27 


18 


205 


397 


2 859 


- 


15 


14 


948 


1 882 


862 


152 


- 


10 


- 


37 


105 


710 


_ 


13 


7 


268 


422 


574 


125 


- 


2 


- 


22 


101 


449 


- 


- 


8 


121 


320 


$123 


$120 


$103 


$126 


$115 


$127 


$118 


$123 


$115 


$150 


$121 


$133 


$119 


23.8 


20.7 


28.8 


24.5 


20.0 


15.6 


20.8 


25.1 


30.4 


29.5 


24.9 


22.4 


26.1 


283 


24.1 


30.6 


25.2 


22.5 


19.6 


43.2 


33.1 


33.1 


30.1 


26.6 


29.6 


50+ 


21.4 


14.9 


26.0 


13.9 


10- 


10.1 


19.0 


22.8 


16.8 


14.5 


16.0 


17.9 


24.5 


5 712 


987 


44 


129 


84 


258 


472 


4 725 


6 


61 


61 


1 580 


3 017 


14.0 


7.5 


7,7 


4.2 


4.6 


7.0 


12.0 


17.1 


3.0 


4.9 


6.8 


17 9 


183 


79 156 


31 215 


5 888 


9 902 


3 895 


6 729 


4 801 


47 941 


5 714 


7 995 


2 797 


11 199 


20 236 


76 459 


29 761 


5 679 


9 559 


3 734 


6 238 


4 551 


46 698 


5 619 


7 835 


2 750 


10 886 


19 608 


2 697 


1 454 


209 


343 


161 


491 


250 


1 243 


95 


160 


47 


313 


628 


5 279 


2 132 


352 


580 


293 


522 


385 


3 147 


204 


289 


151 


935 


1 568 


8 564 


2 939 


470 


978 


379 


616 


496 


5 625 


444 


868 


270 


1 278 


2 765 


16 371 


5 727 


1 075 


1 716 


737 


1 242 


957 


10 644 


1 015 


1 533 


477 


2 706 


4 913 


12 672 


5 569 


1 013 


1 697 


670 


1 273 


916 


7 103 


924 


1 157 


562 


1 944 


2 516 


25 848 


11 177 


2 441 


4 055 


1 442 


2 236 


1 003 


14 671 


2 637 


3 522 


1 131 


3 138 


4 243 


9 886 


3 327 


472 


802 


313 


762 


978 


6 559 


484 


626 


206 


1 140 


4 103 


536 


344 


65 


74 


61 


78 


66 


192 


6 


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58 


128 


27 888 


8 055 


1 431 


1 245 


675 


2 095 


2 609 


19 833 


1 532 


984 


664 


4 683 


11 970 


19 944 


6 834 


1 751 


1 891 


565 


1 300 


1 327 


13 110 


2 422 


1 860 


651 


2 960 


5 217 


9 487 


3 751 


950 


1 521 


346 


646 


288 


5 736 


967 


1 987 


490 


1 256 


1 036 


6 115 


2 742 


711 


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358 


410 


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3 373 


344 


1 333 


234 


806 


656 


8 878 


5 059 


757 


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826 


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227 


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342 


1 459 


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871 


617 


3 581 


2 441 


215 


1 056 


459 


621 


90 


1 140 


73 


254 


125 


352 


336 


2 100 


1 506 


58 


521 


411 


467 


49 


594 


13 


89 


90 


175 


227 


648 


462 


15 


55 


162 


191 


39 


186 


- 


29 


13 


56 


88 


515 


365 


- 


66 


93 


145 


61 


150 


21 


_ 


_ 


40 


89 


$7 804 


$10 479 


$9 376 


$13 138 


$15 019 


$9 867 


$4 745 


$6 463 


$7 816 


$11 451 


$10 426 


$6 390 


$4 498 


$9 656 


$12 103 


$9 536 


$13 585 


$16 490 


$12 962 


$7 430 


$8 062 


$8 155 


$11 392 


$10 692 


$8 069 


$6 353 


78 321 


30 796 


5 822 


9 786 


3 860 


6 612 


4 716 


47 525 


5 681 


7 979 


2 781 


11 072 


20 012 


11 304 


3 938 


271 


395 


401 


1 360 


1 511 


7 366 


180 


226 


219 


1 973 


4 768 


13 322 


5 266 


799 


1 085 


598 


1 640 


1 144 


8 056 


505 


614 


342 


2 385 


4 210 


21 438 


8 151 


1 935 


2 705 


907 


1 594 


1 010 


13 287 


2 259 


2 393 


689 


2 963 


4 983 


15 991 


6 381 


1 591 


2 573 


803 


995 


419 


9 610 


1 642 


2 591 


875 


1 961 


2 541 


7 980 


3 452 


747 


1 544 


511 


427 


223 


4 528 


658 


1 303 


390 


872 


1 305 


3 401 


1 586 


235 


790 


299 


200 


62 


1 815 


209 


508 


151 


353 


594 


1 234 


594 


75 


315 


104 


73 


27 


640 


54 


137 


45 


175 


229 


975 


427 


66 


157 


98 


73 


33 


548 


57 


93 


51 


88 


259 


725 


227 


8 


47 


37 


48 


87 


498 


26 


26 


_ 


76 


370 


1 951 


774 


95 


175 


102 


202 


200 


1 177 


91 


88 


19 


226 


753 


$182 


$187 


$197 


$212 


$198 


$157 


$132 


$179 


$197 


$213 


$207 


$168 


$157 


26.3 


21.8 


26.1 


19.9 


16.8 


19.2 


28.6 


29.3 


30.8 


23.2 


23.9 


28.7 


35.0 


19 173 


5 719 


1 189 


969 


553 


1 607 


1 401 


13 454 


1 178 


769 


593 


3 967 


6 947 


24.2 


18 3 


20.2 


98 


14.2 


239 


29.2 


28 1 


20.6 


96 


21 2 


35.4 


34.3 



METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 121-11 



Table A — 12. Duration of Vacancy for Year-Round Vacant for Sale and Vacant for Rent Housing Units: 1980 



[Data are estimates based on a sample, see Introduction. For meaning of symbols, see Introduction. For definitions of terms, see appendixes A and B] 



The SMSA 



Vacant for sale only housing units 

ROOMS 

1 to 3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 rooms 

8 or more rooms 

Median 

PLUMBING FACILITIES 

Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

Locking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

BEDROOMS 

None 

I 

2 

3 

4 

5 or more 

YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT 

1975 to March 1980 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1950 to 1959 

1940 to 1949 

1939 or earlier 

UNITS IN STRUaURE 

1. detached or attached 

2 or more 

Mobile home or trailer 

HEATING EQUIPMENT 

Central heating system 

Other means 

None 

PRICE ASKED 

Specified vacant for sale only housing units 

Less than $10,000 

$10,000 to $19.999 

$20,000 to $29.999 

$30,000 to $39,999 

$40,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 to $59,999 

$60,000 to $79,999 

$80,000 to $99,999 

$100,000 or more 

Medion 



Totol 



4 618 



306 
605 
921 

1 010 
742 

1 034 
6.0 



4 480 
138 



4 

455 

1 224 

1 820 

996 

119 



1 949 
254 
402 
434 
395 

1 184 



3 533 
970 

115 



4 319 

284 

15 



3 134 

44 
227 
236 
392 
437 
330 
586 
326 
556 
$56 900 



Less than 2 
months 



1 671 



77 
226 
294 
364 
328 
382 
6.2 



1 669 
2 



119 
406 
739 
373 
34 



002 
56 
90 

156 
83 

284 



1 326 

305 

40 



1 617 
54 



1 202 

2 

29 

89 

113 

168 

158 

275 

116 

252 

$62 300 



2 up to 6 
months 



1 672 



135 
204 
341 
409 
206 
377 
5.9 



1 656 
16 



4 


- 


159 


177 


492 


326 


592 


489 


372 


251 


53 


32 



559 
119 
210 
191 
158 
435 



1 293 

316 

63 



607 
65 



1 125 

8 
104 
84 

169 
192 
109 
181 
97 
181 
$50 500 



6 or more 
months 



1 275 



94 
175 
286 
237 
208 
275 
5.8 



1 155 
120 



388 
79 

102 
87 

154 

465 



914 

349 

12 



095 

165 

15 



807 

34 

94 

63 

110 

77 

63 

130 

113 

123 

$55 100 



The SMSA 



Vacant for rent housing units 

ROOMS 

1 room 

2 rooms 

3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 or more rooms 

Median 

PLUMBING FACILITIES 

Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

Lacking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

BEDROOMS 

None 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 or more 

YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT 

1975 to March 1980 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1950 to 1959 

1940 to 1949 

1939 or earlier 

UNITS IN STRUCTURE 

1. detached or attached 

2 

3 and 4 

5 to 9 

10 to 49 

50 or more 

Mobile home or trailer 

RENT ASKED 

Specified vacant for rent housing units 

Less than $100 

$100 to $149 

$150 to $199 

$200 to $249 

$250 to $299 

$300 to $399 

$400 or more 

Median 





Less than 2 


2 up to 6 


6 or more 


Total 


months 


months 


months 


15 847 


7 989 


4 859 


2 999 


598 


416 


154 


28 


1 343 


559 


380 


404 


5 025 


2 544 


1 645 


836 


5 030 


2 353 


1 632 


1 045 


2 605 


1 562 


610 


433 


777 


342 


249 


186 


469 


213 


189 


67 


3.7 


3.7 


3.7 


3.7 


15 299 


7 717 


4 743 


2 839 


548 


272 


116 


160 


728 


443 


221 


64 


7 242 


3 432 


2 382 


1 428 


6 214 


3 463 


1 650 


1 101 


1 415 


577 


504 


. 334 


227 


68 


96 


63 


21 


6 


6 


9 


3 069 


1 976 


722 


371 


1 614 


1 051 


441 


122 


2 567 


1 644 


703 


220 


1 496 


826 


352 


318 


1 767 


614 


749 


404 


5 334 


1 878 


1 892 


1 564 


1 837 


668 


653 


516 


1 797 


559 


670 


568 


2 484 


1 084 


904 


496 


2 950 


1 410 


885 


655 


5 649 


3 564 


1 439 


646 


894 


576 


239 


79 


236 


128 


69 


39 


15 750 


7 954 


4 817 


2 979 


2 713 


834 


950 


929 


2 965 


1 121 


1 099 


745 


3 257 


1 736 


988 


533 


3 233 


1 912 


903 


418 


1 970 


1 321 


481 


168 


1 357 


926 


300 


131 


255 


104 


96 


55 


$184 


$206 


$164 


$131 



Table A — 13. Price Asked and Rent Asked for Year-Round Vacant Housing Units: 1980 



[Data are estimates based on a sample, see Introduction. For meaning of symbols, see Introduction. For definitions of terms, see appendixes A and B] 



The SMSA 



Total 

PLUMBING FACILITIES 

Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

Lacking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

BEDROOMS 

None 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 or more 

YEAR STRUQURE BUILT 

1975 to March 1980 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1950 to 1959 

1940 to 1949 

1939 or earlier 

UNITS IN STRUQURE 

1, detached or attached 

2 or more 

Mobile home or trailer 





Price asked 


-Specified 


vacant for sale only housing units 






Rent asked 


— Specified vacant for 


rent housing 


units 








$10,000 


$30,000 


$50,000 






















Less than 


to 


to 


to 


$100,000 


Median 




Less than 


$100 to 


$200 to 


$300 to 


$400 or 


Median 


Total 


$10,000 


$29,999 


$49,999 


$99,999 


or more 


(dollars) 


Total 


$100 


$199 


$299 


$399 


more 


(dollars) 


3 134 


44 


463 


829 


1 242 


556 


56 900 


15 750 


2 713 


6 222 


5 703 


1 357 


255 


184 


3 088 


32 


450 


808 


1 242 


556 


57 700 


15 220 


2 437 


6 022 


5 152 


1 355 


254 


187 


46 


12 


13 


21 


- 


- 


18 300 


530 


276 


200 


51 


2 


i 


98 
















728 


250 


437 


36 


5 




125 


108 


11 


73 


19 


5 


- 


20 800 


7 228 


1 610 


3 472 


1 837 


290 


19 


162 


512 


8 


180 


235 


85 


4 


36 600 


6 184 


604 


1 819 


2 799 


854 


108 


222 


1 471 


5 


157 


488 


680 


141 


54 500 


1 370 


192 


407 


478 


192 


101 


217 


942 


20 


46 


77 


468 


331 


85 500 


219 


57 


66 


53 


16 


27 


156 


101 


" 


7 


10 


4 


80 


117 200 


21 


— 


21 


— 


' 


" 


171 


1 417 




37 


188 


757 


435 


76 900 


3 064 


83 


313 


1 848 


771 


49 


258 


152 


- 


5 


29 


92 


26 


59 700 


1 607 


77 


295 


947 


241 


47 


236 


292 


- 


13 


122 


11"/ 


40 


52 100 


2 560 


161 


898 


1 270 


143 


88 


209 


323 


2 


37 


139 


140 


5 


48 100 


1 485 


222 


848 


362 


37 


16 


166 


277 


3 


97 


125 


41 


11 


34 600 


1 744 


566 


908 


212 


52 


6 


123 


673 


39 


274 


226 


95 


39 


31 200 


5 290 


1 604 


2 960 


564 


113 


49 


126 


3 134 


44 


463 


829 


1 242 


556 


56 900 


1 740 


381 


749 


367 


160 


83 


158 
















13 774 


2 296 


5 397 


4 733 


1 176 


172 


187 
















236 


36 


76 


103 


21 


- 


203 



121-12 CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 



METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



Table A -14. Value of Owner-Occupied Housing Units With a White Householder: 1980 



[Data ore estimates based on a sample, see Introduction For meaning of symbols, see Introduction. For definitions of terms, see appendixes A ond BJ 



The SMSA 



Specified owner-occupied housing units 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER 

Married-couple families 

15 to 24 years __ 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 yeors 

65 years and over 

Male householder, no wife present 

15 to 24 yeors 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 yeors 

45 to 64 yeors 

65 years ond over 

Female householder, no husband present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 yeors 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Median age 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

1979 to March 1980 

1975 to 1978 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1959 or earlier 

ROOMS 

1 to 3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 rooms- 

8 or more rooms 

Medion 

BEDROOMS 

None 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 or more 

YEAR STRUQURE BUILT 

1975 to March 1980 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1950 to 1959 

1940 to 1949 

1939 or earlier 

HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1979 

Less than $5,000 

$5,000 to $9,999 

$10,000 to $12,499 

$12,500 to $14,999 

$15,000 to $19,999 

$20,000 to $24,999 

$25,000 to $34,999 

$35,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 or more 

Median 

Mean 

MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED MONTHLY 
OWNER COSTS AS PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD 
INCOME IN 1979 

With a mortgage 

Less than 15 percent 

15 to 19 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 

Not mortgaged 

Less than 10 percent 

10 to 14 percent 

15 to 19 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1.01 or more persons per room 

Lacking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1.01 or more persons per room 

Heating equipment 

Central heating system 

Air conditioning 

Central system 

Income in 1979 below poverty level 

Percent below poverty level 







$10,000 


$20,000 


$30,000 


$40,000 


$50,000 


$60,000 


$80,000 


$100,000 










Less than 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


$150,000 


Medion 


Mean 


Total 


$10,000 


$19,999 


$29,999 


$39,999 


$49,999 


$59,999 


$79,999 


$99,999 


$149,999 


or more 


(dollars) 


(dollars) 


240 534 


2 640 


12 455 


25 650 


40 039 


47 478 


36 882 


41 600 


16 705 


12 446 


4 639 


48 300 


54 900 


189 889 


1 315 


7 307 


16 741 


29 646 


37 590 


30 672 


36 323 


14 940 


11 161 


4 194 


50 600 


57 900 


4 645 


54 


144 


515 


1 185 


1 373 


825 


466 


70 


13 


- 


42 700 


43 600 


43 479 


106 


1 001 


2 548 


6 449 


9 511 


8 516 


9 801 


3 276 


1 875 


396 


52 100 


56 700 


41 939 


181 


1 024 


2 921 


4 976 


7 059 


6 646 


9 540 


4 612 


3 608 


1 372 


56 600 


65 200 


75 770 


558 


3 126 


6 986 


11 837 


15 010 


11 578 


13 540 


6 056 


4 935 


2 144 


50 300 


59 000 


24 056 


416 


2 012 


3 771 


5 199 


4 637 


3 107 


2 976 


926 


730 


282 


41 200 


46 600 


13 596 


441 


1 251 


2 235 


2 383 


2 656 


1 915 


1 575 


578 


423 


139 


41 800 


46 000 


539 


17 


64 


77 


119 


95 


83 


57 


19 


8 


- 


39 100 


41 900 


3 044 


49 


105 


342 


639 


708 


493 


454 


140 


79 


35 


45 600 


49 900 


1 865 


53 


81 


203 


226 


394 


288 


269 


191 


137 


23 


49 400 


57 000 


4 354 


152 


447 


735 


670 


871 


650 


498 


144 


137 


50 


41 800 


45 500 


3 794 


170 


554 


878 


729 


588 


401 


297 


84 


62 


31 


33 900 


38 500 


37 049 


884 


3 897 


6 674 


8 010 


7 232 


4 295 


3 702 


1 187 


862 


306 


38 800 


43 100 


312 


10 


24 


72 


79 


83 


20 


22 


2 


- 


- 


36 900 


36 700 


3 051 


33 


177 


301 


612 


750 


608 


417 


71 


53 


29 


45 400 


47 900 


3 949 


31 


235 


564 


833 


877 


491 


522 


198 


142 


56 


43 300 


49 300 


13 435 


332 


1 255 


2 341 


2 696 


2 625 


1 719 


1 453 


589 


338 


87 


40 300 


44 400 


16 302 


478 


2 206 


3 396 


3 790 


2 897 


1 457 


1 288 


327 


329 


134 


35 000 


39 700 


48.7 


61.5 


59.8 


56.1 


52.1 


48.2 


45.6 


44.2 


44.5 


45.9 


47.9 






23 294 


159 


678 


1 416 


2 915 


4 250 


4 097 


5 026 


2 363 


1 713 


677 


54 800 


63 100 


59 544 


375 


1 786 


3 948 


8 495 


11 244 


10 012 


12 873 


5 276 


4 098 


1 437 


53 400 


60 900 


41 797 


428 


1 912 


3 950 


6 305 


7 649 


6 450 


8 184 


3 467 


2 603 


849 


50 800 


57 800 


58 965 


523 


2 883 


6 945 


10 239 


12 221 


9 080 


9 462 


3 853 


2 652 


1 107 


47 300 


53 800 


56 934 


1 155 


5 196 


9 391 


12 085 


12 114 


7 243 


6 055 


1 746 


1 380 


569 


40 500 


44 500 


1 966 


405 


708 


394 


185 


148 


71 


42 


13 






17 200 


22 400 


16 026 


790 


3 132 


4 738 


4 253 


1 942 


604 


386 


99 


55 


27 


28 400 


30 300 


57 129 


778 


4 441 


10 291 


16 404 


14 586 


6 447 


3 199 


573 


374 


36 


38 000 


39 000 


69 769 


451 


2 941 


7 277 


13 052 


18 538 


13 171 


10 679 


2 353 


1 088 


219 


46 100 


48 100 


47 761 


143 


789 


1 956 


4 478 


8 695 


11 383 


13 771 


4 096 


2 029 


421 


56 300 


60 100 


47 883 


73 


444 


994 


1 667 


3 569 


5 206 


13 523 


9 571 


8 900 


3 936 


78 000 


88 400 


6.1 


4.7 


5.0 


5.2 


5.4 


5.9 


6.4 


70 


7.7 


8.1 


8.5 + 






95 


18 


7 


22 


14 


11 


20 


3 








30 200 


31 700 


6 795 


662 


1 716 


1 781 


1 267 


700 


357 


205 


36 


58 


13 


25 500 


28 800 


53 794 


1 136 


5 927 


11 437 


14 277 


11 265 


4 971 


3 307 


739 


566 


169 


35 800 


38 100 


123 908 


647 


3 910 


10 012 


20 428 


28 386 


23 689 


25 071 


7 089 


3 673 


1 003 


49 500 


53 200 


47 960 


158 


746 


2 115 


3 652 


6 441 


7 079 


11 747 


7 680 


6 402 


1 940 


66 400 


73 900 


7 982 


19 


149 


283 


401 


675 


766 


1 267 


1 161 


1 747 


1 514 


86 900 


103 500 


23 602 


60 


113 


215 


735 


2 150 


3 973 


7 980 


3 942 


3 325 


1 109 


70 300 


79 500 


20 088 


122 


110 


424 


1 470 


2 962 


3 499 


6 082 


2 924 


1 987 


508 


63 900 


70 400 


49 018 


92 


416 


2 281 


6 587 


10 798 


9 098 


11 154 


4 628 


2 985 


979 


54 000 


61 700 


57 556 


211 


1 458 


4 903 


10 928 


15 365 


10 659 


8 962 


2 569 


1 743 


758 


47 400 


52 300 


24 878 


141 


1 502 


3 972 


6 315 


5 928 


3 345 


2 414 


621 


415 


225 


40 800 


44 600 


65 392 


2 014 


8 856 


13 855 


14 004 


10 275 


6 308 


5 008 


2 021 


1 991 


1 060 


35 300 


42 500 


11 956 


711 


2 169 


2 716 


2 356 


1 839 


980 


654 


237 


193 


101 


31 500 


36 100 


20 797 


620 


2 734 


4 495 


4 907 


3 622 


1 986 


1 624 


480 


236 


93 


34 800 


38 500 


12 132 


258 


1 181 


2 120 


2 838 


2 786 


1 476 


1 052 


215 


160 


46 


38 900 


41 000 


12 028 


201 


1 103 


1 974 


2 650 


2 702 


1 657 


1 286 


297 


152 


6 


40 300 


42 000 


33 891 


409 


1 994 


4 776 


7 669 


8 034 


5 473 


3 962 


884 


554 


136 


42 500 


45 000 


38 992 


173 


1 399 


3 830 


7 753 


9 250 


7 267 


6 577 


1 839 


748 


156 


46 900 


49 700 


60 657 


193 


1 351 


4 035 


8 218 


13 057 


11 498 


14 234 


5 025 


2 599 


447 


52 500 


56 900 


33 853 


48 


436 


1 474 


3 047 


5 040 


5 196 


9 182 


4 880 


3 734 


816 


63 400 


69 400 


16 228 


27 


88 


230 


601 


1 148 


1 349 


3 029 


2 848 


4 070 


2 838 


91 400 


105 800 


$23 734 


$9 897 


$12 825 


$16 539 


$19 734 


$22 471 


$24 727 


$28 534 


$33 542 


$40 723 


$57 477 






$26 275 


$12 313 


$14 654 


$17 682 


$20 414 


$23 337 


$25 732 


$30 056 


$36 875 


$46 439 


$71 750 






161 330 


801 


5 192 


13 267 


24 522 


32 136 


26 344 


32 041 


13 573 


9 888 


3 566 


51 500 


58 900 


56 637 


249 


1 852 


5 314 


8 901 


11 742 


8 731 


10 699 


4 503 


3 293 


1 353 


50 200 


58 300 


36 903 


95 


1 000 


2 853 


5 827 


7 295 


6 127 


7 634 


3 129 


2 245 


698 


51 900 


58 900 


26 979 


117 


676 


1 800 


4 060 


5 280 


4 652 


5 755 


2 517 


1 651 


471 


52 800 


59 400 


15 766 


64 


356 


1 034 


2 012 


3 140 


2 884 


3 487 


1 410 


1 088 


291 


53 600 


60 800 


8 620 


26 


264 


610 


1 218 


1 631 


1 532 


1 729 


766 


595 


249 


53 100 


61 700 


15 900 


240 


1 002 


1 602 


2 405 


2 954 


2 361 


2 663 


1 205 


993 


475 


49 200 


57 300 


525 


10 


42 


54 


99 


94 


57 


74 


43 


23 


29 


46 100 


57 100 


18.2 


22.2 


18.6 


173 


17.8 


17.9 


18.6 


18 5 


18.6 


18.7 


18.0 






79 204 


1 839 


7 263 


12 383 


15 517 


15 342 


10 538 


9 559 


3 132 


2 558 


1 073 


41 600 


46 800 


38 139 


653 


2 438 


4 805 


7 023 


7 842 


5 836 


5 483 


1 877 


1 494 


688 


45 100 


51 100 


15 690 


300 


1 455 


2 457 


3 212 


3 135 


2 031 


1 883 


568 


479 


170 


41 300 


46 000 


8 892 


210 


858 


1 753 


1 898 


1 686 


1 029 


947 


240 


222 


49 


38 500 


42 700 


5 230 


195 


671 


951 


1 149 


870 


608 


460 


178 


117 


31 


36 700 


41 100 


3 257 


75 


539 


757 


647 


559 


301 


228 


60 


81 


10 


33 300 


38 200 


2 244 


106 


273 


408 


480 


446 


230 


179 


59 


37 


26 


37 100 


41 000 


5 343 


273 


980 


1 156 


1 013 


757 


467 


375 


112 


120 


90 


32 500 


38 900 


409 


27 


49 


96 


95 


47 


36 


4 


38 


8 


9 


33 100 


41 700 


10.4 


142 


14.0 


1 2.7 


11.1 


10- 


10- 


10- 


10- 


10- 


10- 






239 532 


2 352 


12 130 


25 392 


39 991 


47 423 


36 868 


41 591 


16 705 


12 446 


4 634 


48 400 


55 100 


5 002 


174 


630 


1 020 


1 262 


913 


508 


349 


83 


42 


21 


34 800 


37 900 


1 002 


288 


325 


258 


48 


55 


14 


9 


_ 


_ 


5 


15 200 


19 700 


111 


32 


33 


15 


13 


6 


12 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


14 900 


21 500 


240 512 


2 638 


12 455 


25 645 


40 024 


47 478 


36 882 


41 600 


16 705 


12 446 


4 639 


48 300 


54 900 


230 891 


1 810 


10 697 


23 733 


38 485 


46 046 


36 052 


40 719 


16 452 


12 293 


4 604 


48 800 


55 700 


169 704 


923 


5 110 


13 076 


24 630 


32 840 


28 159 


34 556 


14 845 


11 234 


4 331 


52 400 


60 400 


102 149 


154 


900 


3 398 


8 691 


16 669 


18 874 


27 265 


12 642 


9 764 


3 792 


61 400 


70 100 


9 234 


614 


1 736 


1 786 


1 689 


1 443 


774 


583 


302 


188 


119 


32 800 


38 400 


3.8 


23.3 


13.9 


7.0 


4.2 


3.0 


2 1 


14 


1 8 


1.5 


26 







METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 121-13 



Table a -15. Gross Rent of Renter-Occupied Housing Units With a White Householder: 1980 



[Data are estimates based on a sample, see Introduction. For meaning of symbols, see Introduction. For definitions of terms, see appendixes A and B] 



The SMSA 

Specified renter-occupied housing units 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER 

Married-couple families 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 yeors 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Mole householder, no wffe present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Female householder, no husband present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 yeors 

65 years ond over 

Median age 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

1979 to March 1980 

1975 to 1978 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1959 or earlier 

ROOMS 

1 room 

2 rooms 

3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 or more rooms 

Median 

PLUMBING FACILITIES BY PERSONS PER ROOM 
AND POVERTY STATUS IN 1979 

All income levels in 1979 

Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

0.50 or less 

0.51 to 1.00 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

Lacking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

0.50 or less 

0.51 to 1.00 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

Income in 1979 below poverty level 

Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1.01 or more persons per room 

Lacking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1 .01 or more persons per room 

BEDROOMS 

None 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 or more 

UNITS IN STRUQURE 

1, detached or attached 

2 

3 and 4 

5 to 9 

10 to 49 

50 or more 

Mobile home or trailer, etc. 

YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT 

1975 to March 1980 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1950 to 1959 

1940 to 1949 

1939 or earlier 

STORIES IN STRUQURE 

1 to 3 

4 or more 

With elevator 

GROSS RENT AS PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD 
INCOME IN 1979 

Less than 15 percent 

15 to 19 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 to 49 percent 

50 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

Heating equipment 

Central heating system 

Air conditioning 

Central system 





Less than 


$100 to 


$150 to 


$200 to 


$250 to 


$300 to 


$350 to 


$400 to 


$500 or 


No cas! 


Median 


Total 


$100 


$149 


$199 


$249 


$299 


$349 


$399 


$499 


more 


ren 


(dollars) 


HO 670 


7 877 


15 946 


30 989 


32 518 


23 656 


11 800 


5 598 


4 965 


2 684 


4 63? 


220 


49 834 


895 


3 404 


8 424 


11 999 


10 558 


5 389 


2 956 


2 792 


1 445 


1 97! 


247 


11 992 


169 


697 


2 543 


3 744 


2 904 


1 101 


336 


197 


50 


25 


233 


16 714 


89 


958 


2 284 


4 259 


3 930 


2 108 


1 250 


953 


291 


59; 


256 


5 896 


121 


246 


774 


1 043 


1 197 


748 


528 


653 


321 


26; 


274 


9 083 


270 


758 


1 453 


1 832 


1 677 


993 


569 


675 


355 


50 


249 


6 149 


246 


745 


1 370 


1 121 


850 


439 


273 


314 


428 


36: 


223 


31 779 


2 156 


4 093 


7 474 


7 140 


5 031 


2 684 


972 


835 


446 


941 


211 


7 752 


161 


683 


1 972 


2 134 


1 426 


708 


221 


202 


99 


\4( 


220 


10 831 


225 


912 


2 501 


2 753 


2 158 


1 200 


447 


299 


125 


21 


232 


3 717 


200 


444 


713 


827 


707 


380 


131 


155 


54 


10( 


222 


5 739 


735 


1 180 


1 399 


988 


507 


306 


136 


138 


70 


28C 


182 


3 740 


835 


874 


889 


438 


233 


90 


37 


41 


98 


20." 


155 


59 057 


4 826 


8 449 


15 091 


13 379 


8 067 


3 727 


1 670 


1 338 


793 


1 717 


201 


9 293 


244 


837 


2 820 


2 535 


1 607 


598 


243 


166 


63 


18C 


212 


13 433 


394 


950 


3 022 


3 939 


2 642 


1 326 


485 


355 


147 


17; 


228 


5 391 


182 


477 


1 053 


1 503 


959 


470 


299 


243 


85 


12C 


232 


12 150 


1 007 


2 251 


3 231 


2 561 


1 380 


671 


332 


233 


104 


38C 


190 


18 790 


2 999 


3 934 


4 965 


2 841 


1 479 


662 


311 


341 


394 


8& 


171 


35.2 


65.8 


55.3 


36.2 


30.9 


30.5 


31.7 


34.1 


37.6 


48.1 


51.C 


... 


61 790 


2 224 


4 815 


12 451 


15 363 


12 322 


6 479 


3 054 


2 839 


1 331 


9i; 


235 


46 921 


2 548 


5 305 


10 531 


11 390 


8 106 


3 775 


1 845 


1 465 


768 


1 18! 


219 


15 552 


1 483 


2 635 


3 619 


3 182 


1 918 


890 


436 


440 


259 


69( 


196 


11 440 


1 147 


2 140 


3 190 


1 956 


1 101 


456 


216 


195 


308 


73 


179 


4 967 


475 


1 051 


1 198 


627 


209 


200 


47 


26 


18 


1 lie 


168 


4 361 


1 127 


1 593 


926 


278 


67 


35 


7 


97 


128 


io: 


129 


12 651 


2 380 


3 614 


3 584 


1 938 


723 


84 


65 


19 


107 


13; 


154 


41 674 


2 791 


6 368 


15 318 


11 079 


4 003 


1 102 


276 


139 


73 


52! 


187 


41 964 


986 


2 945 


7 828 


12 228 


10 206 


4 516 


1 282 


651 


299 


1 02C 


236 


25 374 


459 


1 064 


2 487 


5 329 


6 368 


4 243 


2 111 


1 596 


607 


1 111 


271 


9 332 


111 


262 


631 


1 256 


1 657 


1 205 


1 253 


I 455 


676 


82< 


314 


5 314 


23 


100 


215 


410 


632 


615 


604 


1 008 


794 


91 : 


367 


3.8 


2.7 


29 


3.2 


3.7 


4.2 


4.5 


5.1 


5.5 


5.7 


5.C 


... 


140 670 


7 877 


15 946 


30 989 


32 518 


23 656 


11 800 


5 598 


4 965 


2 684 


4 635 


220 


136 745 


7 160 


15 054 


30 146 


31 878 


23 271 


11 649 


5 548 


4 958 


2 667 


4 41' 


221 


87 085 


5 035 


9 439 


19 687 


20 299 


14 414 


7 418 


3 117 


2 764 


1 795 


3 11" 


219 


44 737 


1 883 


4 832 


9 120 


10 589 


8 125 


3 910 


2 191 


2 079 


839 


1 16< 


227 


3 709 


136 


475 


980 


792 


584 


306 


223 


95 


11 


10" 


213 


1 214 


106 


308 


359 


198 


148 


15 


17 


20 


22 


2 


174 


3 925 


717 


892 


843 


640 


385 


151 


50 


7 


17 


22: 


168 


1 940 


272 


432 


452 


332 


221 


78 


9 


7 


7 


13C 


180 


1 704 


427 


398 


315 


281 


106 


53 


41 


_ 


5 


7! 


147 


210 


2 


43 


62 


27 


49 


18 


- 


- 


- 


c 


188 


71 


16 


19 


14 


- 


9 


2 


- 


- 


5 


< 


117 


24 388 


4 058 


4 518 


5 672 


4 394 


2 595 


1 082 


642 


494 


174 


75? 


179 


23 275 


3 751 


4 190 


5 438 


4 300 


2 525 


1 067 


628 


494 


174 


70S 


181 


1 903 


163 


378 


578 


379 


232 


65 


61 


39 


- 


1 


184 


1 113 


307 


328 


234 


94 


70 


15 


14 


- 


- 


5 


127 


107 


9 


40 


16 


12 


30 


- 


- 


- 


- 




169 


5 719 


1 329 


2 089 


1 347 


436 


131 


35 


12 


97 


128 


11. 


134 


63 515 


5 161 


10 455 


21 747 


16 016 


6 237 


1 676 


574 


348 


253 


1 04i 


186 


54 065 


958 


2 761 


6 690 


14 003 


14 485 


7 850 


2 731 


1 862 


991 


1 73' 


256 


13 900 


370 


556 


1 014 


1 645 


2 416 


1 891 


1 848 


2 127 


870 


i 16: 


310 


2 800 


59 


67 


156 


364 


351 


282 


360 


461 


293 


40" 


335 


671 


- 


18 


35 


54 


36 


66 


73 


70 


149 


17C 


) 378 


21 231 


426 


1 189 


2 198 


3 304 


3 600 


2 351 


2 009 


2 237 


1 116 


2 80 


278 


20 649 


1 013 


3 598 


5 126 


4 492 


2 859 


1 381 


652 


552 


181 


79. 


202 


26 255 


1 229 


4 184 


8 830 


6 059 


2 941 


1 322 


739 


421 


180 


351 


192 


19 376 


1 867 


2 866 


5 024 


3 706 


2 399 


1 774 


877 


591 


126 


14( 


> 199 


39 860 


1 462 


2 492 


8 301 


12 484 


9 385 


3 661 


837 


674 


263 


30 


231 


11 575 


1 820 


1 411 


1 252 


2 080 


2 119 


1 122 


421 


448 


818 


8' 


229 


1 724 


60 


206 


258 


393 


353 


189 


63 


42 


- 


16C 


) 229 


12 800 


883 


563 


976 


2 876 


3 297 


2 019 


727 


810 


448 


20 


266 


19 523 


901 


789 


2 016 


5 253 


5 108 


2 499 


1 158 


1 026 


446 


32" 


' 256 


30 295 


795 


1 561 


5 982 


8 663 


6 265 


2 923 


1 290 


1 297 


990 


52< 


237 


17 254 


540 


1 673 


5 202 


4 351 


2 394 


1 136 


621 


521 


214 


6o: 


209 


16 063 


732 


2 159 


5 271 


3 456 


2 018 


908 


444 


375 


125 


57. 


196 


44 735 


4 026 


9 201 


11 542 


7 919 


4 574 


2 315 


1 358 


936 


461 


2 40: 


183 


125 915 


5 933 


13 823 


28 931 


29 673 


21 134 


10 498 


5 200 


4 435 


1 804 


4 48' 


220 


14 755 


1 944 


2 123 


2 058 


2 845 


2 522 


1 302 


398 


530 


880 


is: 


219 


8 262 


1 331 


1 148 


829 


1 035 


1 295 


871 


350 


508 


822 


7. 


235 


30 037 


2 049 


4 373 


7 489 


7 333 


4 652 


2 012 


821 


769 


539 




207 


25 298 


1 337 


1 998 


5 284 


6 624 


5 233 


2 471 


1 143 


808 


400 




231 


20 386 


1 369 


1 958 


4 359 


4 909 


3 815 


2 040 


809 


776 


351 




226 


13 913 


1 077 


1 434 


2 581 


3 326 


2 671 


1 288 


616 


568 


352 




228 


9 152 


500 


1 090 


2 016 


1 950 


1 571 


906 


441 


420 


258 




224 


15 655 


786 


2 335 


3 721 


3 249 


2 327 


1 377 


773 


734 


353 




215 


20 305 


667 


2 543 


5 148 


4 844 


3 270 


1 623 


958 


848 


404 




216 


5 924 


92 


215 


391 


283 


117 


83 


37 


42 


27 


4 63" 


' 193 


23.0 


21.8 


23.8 


22.9 


22.2 


22.5 


23.4 


25.1 


26.0 


25.5 






140 500 


7 858 


15 892 


30 947 


32 494 


23 656 


11 785 


5 586 


4 965 


2 684 


4 63: 


i 220 


129 555 


6 433 


13 063 


28 375 


30 740 


22 620 


11 333 


5 321 


4 811 


2 673 


4 18 


223 


91 482 


2 921 


6 362 


17 624 


23 386 


18 734 


9 410 


4 273 


3 800 


2 350 


2 62 


238 


30 967 


729 


1 029 


1 985 


4 498 


8 329 


5 866 


2 957 


2 759 


1 893 


92 


> 291 



121-14 CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 



METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



Table A — 16. Income and Poverty Status in 1979 of Owner-Occupied Housing Units With a White Householder: 
1980 

[Ooto are estimates based on a sample, see Introduction. For meaning of symbols, see Introduction For definitions of terms, see appendixes A and B] 






The SMSA 



Owner-occupied housing units 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER 

Married-couple families 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Mole householder, no wife present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Female householder, no husband present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 yeors 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 yeors and over 

Median age 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

1979 to March 1980 

1975 to 1978 

1970 to 1974 

I960 to 1969 

1959 or eorlier 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1.01 or more persons per room 

Lacking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1 .01 or more persons per room 

Heating equipment 

Central heating system 

Air conditioning 

Central system 

Vehicles available 

I 

2 or more 

House heating fuel 

Utility gas 

Bottled, tonk. or LP gos 

Electricity 

Fuel oil. kerosene, etc 

Other 

Median rooms 

Specified owner-occupied housing units 

MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED MONTHLY 
OWNER COSTS 

With a mortgage 

Less than $200 

$200 to $249 

$250 to $299 

$300 to $349 

$350 to $399 

$400 to $499 

$500 to $599 

$600 to $749 

$750 or more 

Median 

Not mortgaged 

Less than $50 

$50 to $74 

$75 to $99 

$100 to $124 

$125 to $149 

$150 to $199 

$200 to $249 

$250 or more 

Medion 

MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED MONTHLY 
OWNER COSTS AS PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD 
INCOME IN 1979 

With a mortgage 

Less than 15 percent 

15 to 19 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 

Not mortgaged 

Less than 10 percent 

10 to 14 percent 

15 to 19 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 



Household income in 1979 




























Income in 








$10,000 


$12,500 


$15,000 


$20,000 


$25,000 


$35,000 








1979 below 




Less than 


$5,000 to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


$50,000 or 


Median 


Mean 


poverty 


Total 


$5,000 


$9,999 


$12,499 


$14,999 


$19,999 


$24,999 


$34,999 


$49,999 


more 


(dollars) 


(dollars) 


level 


289 699 


16 175 


27 944 


15 695 


15 217 


41 451 


45 657 


69 769 


38 745 


19 046 


23 012 


25 775 


12 748 


222 315 


3 915 


12 955 


9 320 


9 884 


31 524 


38 776 


63 118 


35 277 


17 546 


25 608 


28 808 


5 050 


6 305 


121 


311 


437 


528 


1 865 


1 487 


1 336 


161 


59 


19 714 


20 384 


173 


49 807 


638 


928 


1 298 


1 855 


9 697 


12 633 


16 386 


4 841 


1 531 


24 118 


25 668 


981 


48 048 


560 


857 


766 


1 055 


5 695 


9 133 


16 931 


9 147 


3 904 


28 016 


31 056 


1 085 


88 622 


1 221 


3 194 


2 772 


3 252 


9 535 


12 745 


25 317 


19 575 


11 Oil 


29 271 


33 421 


1 659 


29 533 


1 375 


7 665 


4 047 


3 194 


4 732 


2 778 


3 148 


1 553 


1 041 


13 815 


18 400 


1 152 


19 441 


1 979 


2 785 


1 509 


1 346 


3 339 


2 979 


3 037 


1 646 


821 


18 003 


20 804 


1 265 


954 


107 


122 


113 


99 


210 


133 


92 


59 


19 


15 789 


17 267 


86 


4 599 


184 


283 


320 


368 


1 072 


946 


925 


375 


126 


20 341 


21 754 


226 


2 721 


108 


105 


84 


181 


565 


613 


549 


358 


158 


22 004 


26 474 


118 


6 086 


400 


596 


469 


380 


978 


1 004 


1 157 


677 


425 


20 858 


24 758 


348 


5 081 


1 180 


1 679 


523 


318 


514 


283 


314 


177 


93 


8 908 


12 838 


487 


47 943 


10 281 


12 204 


4 866 


3 987 


6 588 


3 902 


3 614 


1 822 


679 


10 764 


13 725 


6 433 


486 


75 


117 


97 


35 


72 


33 


27 


30 


- 


11 314 


13 277 


81 


4 097 


486 


804 


585 


478 


777 


372 


375 


187 


33 


13 407 


15 367 


673 


4 991 


507 


709 


546 


646 


1 200 


572 


486 


239 


86 


15 303 


16 848 


660 


17 175 


2 220 


3 627 


1 890 


1 662 


2 811 


1 984 


1 771 


898 


312 


13 779 


16 219 


1 957 


21 194 


6 993 


6 947 


1 748 


1 166 


1 728 


941 


955 


468 


248 


7 056 


10 661 


3 062 


49.1 


68.4 


67.4 


61.0 


56.4 


44.4 


41.3 


43.7 


47.9 


50.3 






57.9 


30 273 


1 043 


1 622 


1 642 


1 460 


5 205 


5 796 


8 024 


3 833 


1 648 


23 542 


26 076 


1 111 


72 725 


2 277 


3 652 


2 921 


3 412 


12 055 


13 884 


20 386 


9 663 


4 475 


24 310 


26 889 


2 602 


49 899 


2 248 


3 395 


2 110 


2 154 


7 184 


8 666 


13 212 


7 327 


3 603 


24 514 


27 350 


2 325 


68 112 


3 354 


6 399 


3 358 


3 444 


8 121 


9 728 


17 213 


10 886 


5 609 


24 820 


27 853 


2 717 


68 690 


7 253 


12 876 


5 664 


4 747 


8 886 


7 583 


10 934 


7 036 


3 711 


17 063 


21 256 


3 993 


287 105 


15 498 


27 248 


15 503 


15 009 


41 197 


45 481 


69 549 


38 628 


18 992 


23 108 


25 886 


12 119 


6 452 


226 


436 


259 


282 


984 


1 133 


1 727 


964 


441 


24 492 


26 455 


711 


2 594 


677 


696 


192 


208 


254 


176 


220 


117 


54 


9 438 


13 403 


629 


192 


26 


34 


10 


37 


28 


10 


18 


19 


10 


14 257 


19 659 


58 


289 657 


16 161 


27 931 


15 695 


15 211 


41 445 


45 654 


69 769 


38 745 


19 046 


23 015 


25 777 


12 732 


275 445 


13 972 


25 480 


14 625 


14 164 


39 399 


43 637 


67 557 


37 865 


18 746 


23 379 


26 194 


10 673 


200 505 


7 369 


15 107 


9 336 


9 100 


26 438 


31 719 


53 042 


31 676 


16 718 


25 181 


28 340 


5 935 


116 738 


2 804 


6 031 


4 247 


4 145 


12 675 


17 322 


33 366 


22 855 


13 293 


11 888 


31 839 


2 452 


273 848 


9 733 


22 143 


14 408 


14 528 


40 508 


45 292 


69 543 


38 692 


19 001 


23 880 


26 813 


9 267 


78 254 


6 691 


15 624 


8 622 


7 534 


15 126 


10 860 


9 429 


3 175 


1 193 


15 203 


16 956 


5 168 


195 594 


3 042 


6 519 


5 786 


6 994 


25 382 


34 432 


60 114 


35 517 


17 808 


27 134 


30 757 


4 099 


289 657 


16 161 


27 931 


15 695 


15 211 


41 445 


45 654 


69 769 


38 745 


19 046 


23 015 


25 777 


12 732 


187 778 


10 782 


19 483 


10 869 


10 586 


27 217 


28 755 


43 358 


24 574 


12 154 


22 466 


25 333 


7 879 


7 426 


766 


999 


551 


481 


1 464 


1 302 


1 256 


411 


196 


18 087 


19 565 


702 


38 802 


840 


1 361 


1 119 


1 330 


4 980 


6 790 


12 294 


6 964 


3 124 


26 865 


29 816 


945 


51 339 


3 326 


5 545 


2 881 


2 532 


7 066 


8 048 


12 063 


6 412 


3 466 


22 476 


25 662 


2 718 


4 312 


447 


543 


275 


282 


718 


759 


798 


384 


106 


19 264 


20 844 


488 


6.0 


5.0 


5.2 


5.4 


5.5 


5.7 


6.0 


6.4 


6.9 


7.8 






5.2 


240 534 


11 956 


20 797 


12 132 


12 028 


33 891 


38 992 


60 657 


33 853 


16 228 


23 734 


26 275 


9 234 


161 330 


3 850 


6 613 


5 625 


6 354 


23 270 


30 076 


47 775 


25 989 


11 778 


25 810 


28 538 


4 670 


8 925 


851 


1 313 


798 


693 


1 612 


1 306 


1 622 


603 


127 


17 240 


18 717 


753 


19 020 


766 


1 511 


1 097 


1 231 


3 440 


3 797 


4 853 


1 938 


387 


21 836 


22 702 


850 


24 243 


560 


1 158 


1 119 


1 142 


4 448 


5 229 


6 835 


2 988 


764 


23 330 


24 777 


761 


23 072 


402 


854 


952 


1 193 


4 159 


4 470 


6 827 


3 382 


833 


24 314 


25 898 


632 


20 833 


330 


627 


548 


860 


3 328 


4 553 


6 366 


3 247 


974 


25 Oil 


27 062 


485 


30 005 


533 


553 


629 


818 


3 952 


6 168 


10 259 


5 124 


1 969 


26 403 


29 256 


642 


16 306 


182 


305 


271 


283 


1 499 


2 789 


5 930 


3 385 


1 662 


28 601 


32 453 


235 


11 298 


129 


190 


153 


81 


615 


1 380 


3 653 


3 117 


1 980 


31 684 


37 914 


161 


7 628 


97 


102 


58 


53 


217 


384 


1 430 


2 205 


3 082 


35 502 


53 462 


151 


$363 


$277 


$271 


$291 


$305 


$326 


$353 


$379 


$415 


$550 






5298 


79 204 


8 106 


14 184 


6 507 


5 674 


10 621 


8 916 


12 882 


7 864 


4 450 


17 293 


21 667 


4 564 


304 


157 


70 


9 


13 


26 


16 


7 


6 


- 


4 907 


8 002 


100 


2 158 


852 


667 


196 


105 


150 


80 


88 


20 


- 


6 440 


8 750 


445 


8 536 


1 837 


2 660 


969 


765 


980 


525 


581 


159 


60 


9 518 


12 027 


870 


16 983 


2 087 


3 944 


1 647 


1 463 


2 525 


1 932 


2 198 


947 


240 


13 890 


16 449 


1 040 


18 722 


1 518 


3 377 


1 702 


1 331 


2 927 


2 402 


3 199 


1 718 


548 


17 368 


19 756 


919 


21 123 


1 212 


2 650 


1 476 


1 420 


2 905 


2 720 


4 675 


2 974 


1 091 


21 680 


24 023 


811 


6 980 


294 


571 


412 


431 


725 


941 


1 306 


1 295 


1 005 


25 782 


31 232 


228 


4 398 


149 


245 


96 


146 


383 


300 


828 


745 


1 506 


36 078 


49 452 


151 


$141 


$114 


$123 


$131 


$134 


$139 


$145 


$154 


$168 


$214 






$121 


161 330 


3 850 


6 613 


5 625 


6 354 


23 270 


30 076 


47 775 


25 989 


11 778 


25 810 


28 538 


4 670 


56 637 


- 


45 


115 


246 


2 431 


7 183 


20 672 


16 700 


9 245 


33 601 


38 939 


9 


36 903 


8 


113 


387 


1 044 


5 594 


9 100 


13 590 


5 482 


1 585 


26 263 


28 283 


26 


26 979 


1 


348 


948 


1 357 


6 136 


7 049 


8 068 


2 454 


618 


23 241 


24 697 


54 


15 766 


9 


621 


1 086 


1 357 


4 262 


3 763 


3 635 


859 


174 


20 630 


21 749 


69 


8 620 


36 


805 


960 


1 078 


2 456 


1 769 


1 098 


333 


85 


17 834 


18 970 


151 


15 900 


3 271 


4 681 


2 129 


1 272 


2 391 


1 212 


712 


161 


71 


9 998 


11 496 


3 836 


525 


525 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


2500- 


-1 267 


525 


18.2 


50 + 


44.4 


31.4 


270 


22.9 


193 


162 


13.1 


10.4 






50 + 


79 204 


8 106 


14 184 


6 507 


5 674 


10 621 


8 916 


12 882 


7 864 


4 450 


17 293 


21 667 


4 564 


38 139 


28 


252 


673 


1 320 


5 365 


6 729 


11 690 


7 662 


4 420 


28 547 


33 544 


30 


15 690 


99 


2 095 


2 967 


3 008 


4 296 


1 971 


1 027 


197 


30 


14 731 


15 858 


60 


8 892 


337 


4 484 


1 958 


1 059 


733 


178 


138 


5 


_ 


9 676 


10 525 


124 


5 230 


678 


3 452 


681 


189 


183 


32 


15 


_ 


_ 


7 373 


8 037 


225 


3 257 


1 190 


1 785 


177 


73 


16 


4 


12 


_ 


- 


5 800 


6 291 


317 


2 244 


1 032 


1 131 


39 


19 


21 


2 


_ 


- 


_ 


5 238 


5 502 


289 


5 343 


4 333 


985 


12 


6 


7 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


3 614 


3 685 


3 110 


409 


409 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


— 


_ 


- 


_ 


2500- 


-364 


409 


10.4 


37.8 


20.4 


14.3 


125 


10- 


10- 


10- 


10- 


10- 






478 



METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 121-15 



Table A — 17. Income and Poverty Status in 1979 of Renter-Occupied Housing Units With a White Householder: 



1980 



The SMSA 



Renter-occupied housing units 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER 

Married -couple families 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Male householder, no wife present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years ond over 

Female householder, no husband present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Median age 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

1979 to March 1980 

1975 to 1978 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1959 or earlier 

PLUMBING FACILITIES BY PERSONS PER ROOM 

Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

0.50 or less 

0.51 to 1 00 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

Locking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

0.50 or less 

0.51 to 1.00 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

Heating equipment 

Central heating system 

Air conditioning 

Central system 

Vehicles available 

1 

2 or more 

House heating fuel 

Utility gas 

Bottled, tank, or LP gcs 

Electricity 

fuel oil, kerosene, etc 

Other 

Median rooms 

Specified renter-occupied housing units 

CONTRACT RENT 

Less than $100 

$100 to $149 

$150 to $199 

$200 to $249 

$250 to $299 

$300 to $349 

$350 to $399 

$400 to $499 

$500 or more 

No cash rent 

Medion 

GROSS RENT 

Less than $100 

$100 to $149 

$150 to $199 

$200 to $249 

$250 to $299 

$300 to $349 

$350 to $399 

$400 to $499 

$500 or more 

No cosh rent 

Median 

GROSS RENT AS PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD 
INCOME IN 1979 

Less than 15 percent 

15 to 19 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 to 49 percent 

50 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 



[Data ore estimotes based on 


a sample, see 


Introduction. 


For meaninc 


of symbols. 


see Introduction. For definitions of terms, see appendixes A and B] 






Household income in 1979 




























Income in 








$10,000 


$12,500 


$15,000 


$20,000 


$25,000 


$35,000 








1979 below 




Less than 


$5,000 to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


$50,000 or 


Medion 


Mean 


poverty 


Total 


$5,000 


$9,999 


$12,499 


$14,999 


$19,999 


$24,999 


$34,999 


$49,999 


more 


(dollars) 


(dollars) 


level 


144 832 


28 690 


31 420 


17 259 


13 471 


22 675 


14 130 


11 508 


3 869 


1 810 


11 783 


13 967 


24 999 


52 613 


3 563 


8 005 


6 001 


5 506 


10 991 


8 179 


7 057 


2 390 


921 


16 371 


18 237 


4 887 


12 244 


1 079 


2 050 


1 830 


1 649 


3 015 


1 758 


767 


75 


21 


14 263 


14 612 


1 336 


17 559 


818 


2 120 


1 813 


1 885 


4 338 


3 305 


2 562 


604 


114 


17 306 


18 023 


1 503 


6 560 


350 


666 


644 


519 


1 244 


1 133 


1 402 


479 


123 


19 368 


20 780 


695 


9 854 


642 


1 070 


953 


788 


1 722 


1 415 


1 895 


973 


396 


19 324 


22 753 


837 


6 396 


674 


2 099 


761 


665 


672 


568 


431 


259 


267 


11 396 


16 202 


516 


32 463 


5 654 


6 654 


3 761 


3 096 


5 592 


3 351 


2 769 


1 004 


582 


12 631 


14 896 


4 456 


7 875 


1 344 


1 986 


1 227 


905 


1 152 


630 


456 


130 


45 


11 238 


12 637 


1 499 


11 052 


993 


1 867 


1 365 


1 246 


2 565 


1 497 


1 075 


316 


128 


15 096 


16 095 


890 


3 786 


460 


492 


302 


367 


751 


521 


531 


229 


133 


16 683 


19 084 


395 


5 876 


1 247 


1 094 


537 


447 


850 


606 


622 


281 


192 


12 836 


16 188 


928 


3 874 


1 610 


1 215 


330 


131 


274 


97 


85 


48 


84 


6 021 


10 014 


744 


59 756 


19 473 


16 761 


7 497 


4 869 


6 092 


2 600 


1 682 


475 


307 


7 936 


9 703 


15 656 


9 382 


2 810 


3 108 


1 260 


655 


920 


338 


198 


60 


33 


8 046 


9 224 


3 002 


13 530 


2 510 


3 390 


2 616 


1 747 


1 950 


702 


472 


102 


41 


10 827 


11 374 


2 933 


5 485 


1 239 


1 310 


890 


550 


868 


330 


206 


78 


14 


10 544 


11 393 


1 549 


12 308 


3 383 


3 450 


1 480 


1 110 


1 490 


738 


481 


98 


78 


8 940 


10 602 


3 130 


. 19 051 


9 531 


5 503 


1 251 


807 


864 


492 


325 


137 


141 


4 998 


7 684 


5 042 


35.4 


57.4 


39.6 


31.6 


31.1 


31.0 


32.1 


35.9 


43.3 


52.3 






39.3 


63 024 


11 675 


14 408 


8 219 


6 128 


10 050 


6 054 


4 643 


1 325 


522 


11 651 


13 425 


12 168 


48 298 


8 405 


9 276 


5 612 


4 802 


8 604 


5 332 


4 207 


1 439 


621 


12 946 


14 777 


7 213 


16 147 


3 801 


3 722 


1 681 


1 331 


2 211 


1 362 


1 238 


503 


298 


10 819 


13 715 


2 559 


11 855 


3 169 


2 753 


1 207 


879 


1 177 


951 


997 


472 


250 


10 on 


14 307 


2 030 


5 508 


1 640 


1 261 


540 


331 


633 


431 


423 


130 


119 


9 250 


13 072 


1 029 


140 453 


27 214 


30 274 


16 842 


13 184 


22 069 


13 880 


11 367 


3 841 


1 782 


11 891 


14 082 


23 700 


89 139 


19 155 


20 261 


10 906 


8 028 


12 811 


7 829 


6 619 


2 207 


1 323 


11 181 


13 563 


13 231 


46 208 


6 951 


8 888 


5 256 


4 645 


8 560 


5 614 


4 381 


1 495 


418 


13 581 


15 198 


8 522 


3 871 


768 


832 


574 


385 


559 


321 


294 


104 


34 


11 461 


13 348 


1 403 


1 235 


340 


293 


106 


126 


139 


116 


73 


35 


7 


9 725 


12 033 


544 


4 379 


1 476 


1 146 


417 


287 


606 


250 


141 


28 


28 


7 929 


10 292 


1 299 


2 161 


806 


614 


177 


136 


251 


98 


56 


17 


6 


7 207 


9 772 


606 


1 887 


605 


472 


181 


130 


271 


124 


71 


11 


22 


8 225 


10 529 


561 


252 


50 


57 


29 


15 


65 


28 


8 


_ 


_ 


11 638 


12 065 


92 


79 


15 


3 


30 


6 


19 


- 


6 


- 


- 


11 792 


13 182 


40 


144 658 


28 633 


31 373 


17 242 


13 471 


22 656 


14 125 


11 479 


3 869 


1 810 


11 787 


13 970 


24 934 


132 639 


24 227 


28 449 


15 956 


12 764 


21 279 


13 393 


11 066 


3 749 


1 756 


12 138 


14 343 


20 521 


93 102 


13 179 


18 500 


11 307 


9 282 


16 473 


10 681 


8 935 


3 149 


1 596 


13 460 


15 694 


10 362 


31 581 


3 457 


4 870 


3 466 


3 027 


5 719 


4 026 


4 206 


1 806 


1 004 


15 769 


18 645 


3 018 


113 038 


11 984 


21 801 


14 990 


12 364 


21 540 


13 716 


11 151 


3 769 


1 723 


14 066 


16 068 


12 464 


71 417 


10 089 


17 857 


11 527 


8 355 


12 313 


5 791 


3 701 


1 129 


655 


11 684 


13 297 


9 392 


41 621 


1 895 


3 944 


3 463 


4 009 


9 227 


7 925 


7 450 


2 640 


1 068 


19 045 


20 823 


3 072 


144 658 


28 633 


31 373 


17 242 


13 471 


22 656 


14 125 


11 479 


3 869 


1 810 


11 787 


13 970 


24 934 


104 116 


21 806 


23 261 


12 411 


9 638 


15 651 


9 564 


7 898 


2 644 


1 243 


11 408 


13 608 


18 474 


2 742 


605 


558 


344 


260 


481 


287 


140 


52 


15 


11 512 


12 761 


590 


25 658 


4 282 


5 163 


3 150 


2 443 


4 344 


2 713 


2 341 


824 


398 


12 739 


14 973 


3 668 


9 505 


1 456 


1 755 


988 


873 


1 690 


1 284 


987 


329 


143 


14 085 


16 012 


1 655 


2 637 


484 


636 


349 


257 


490 


277 


113 


20 


11 


11 422 


12 416 


547 


3.8 


3.2 


3.5 


3.7 


3.9 


4.1 


4.3 


4.6 


5.0 


5.0 






3.4 


140 670 


28 206 


30 681 


16 829 


13 117 


21 921 


13 547 


10 993 


3 685 


1 691 


11 701 


13 836 


24 388 


16 360 


8 467 


3 805 


1 282 


666 


1 059 


578 


438 


51 


14 


4 879 


7 415 


6 821 


25 247 


7 040 


7 633 


2 987 


2 006 


2 757 


1 444 


997 


283 


100 


8 472 


10 379 


5 725 


39 845 


6 911 


10 328 


5 827 


4 501 


6 184 


3 414 


1 979 


513 


188 


11 151 


12 544 


6 062 


28 657 


3 137 


4 984 


3 869 


3 344 


6 280 


3 559 


2 618 


629 


237 


14 248 


15 253 


3 041 


15 088 


997 


2 020 


1 672 


1 453 


3 334 


2 474 


2 300 


627 


211 


16 999 


18 252 


1 184 


5 356 


319 


565 


448 


394 


1 007 


918 


1 094 


453 


158 


19 675 


21 234 


473 


2 526 


119 


174 


123 


171 


396 


375 


622 


410 


136 


23 911 


26 336 


171 


1 533 


49 


136 


56 


99 


187 


189 


330 


287 


200 


26 403 


30 967 


84 


1 421 


87 


95 


41 


49 


137 


145 


249 


276 


342 


29 882 


39 831 


68 


4 637 


1 080 


941 


524 


434 


580 


451 


366 


156 


105 


11 419 


14 319 


759 


$180 
7 877 


$135 


$163 


$180 
360 


$190 
185 


$205 
233 


$214 
104 


$237 
90 


$268 

14 


$314 
2 


4 090 


5 382 


$143 
4 058 


5 278 


1 611 


15 946 


6 115 


5 074 


1 548 


940 


1 203 


565 


374 


79 


48 


6 566 


8 423 


4 518 


30 989 


7 053 


9 208 


4 568 


2 955 


3 799 


1 973 


1 010 


312 


111 


9 561 


11 086 


5 672 


32 518 


4 605 


7 059 


4 564 


4 012 


6 094 


3 284 


2 245 


492 


163 


12 519 


13 553 


4 394 


23 656 


2 320 


3 802 


2 965 


2 594 


5 279 


3 359 


2 475 


663 


199 


15 128 


16 162 


2 595 


11 800 


956 


1 522 


1 255 


1 100 


2 619 


1 859 


1 836 


446 


207 


17 074 


18 146 


1 082 


5 598 


390 


761 


577 


393 


1 035 


769 


1 133 


398 


142 


17 953 


20 055 


642 


4 965 


251 


553 


395 


380 


761 


839 


894 


622 


270 


20 832 


23 555 


494 


2 684 


158 


150 


73 


124 


318 


344 


570 


503 


444 


27 244 


34 781 


174 


4 637 


1 080 


941 


524 


434 


580 


451 


366 


156 


105 


11 419 


14 319 


759 


$220 


$166 


$194 


$218 


$228 


$245 


$259 


$283 


$323 


$372 






$179 


30 037 


247 


997 


1 341 


1 818 


6 066 


7 157 


7 846 


3 007 


1 558 


22 888 


25 910 


437 


25 298 


718 


2 156 


3 081 


4 055 


8 643 


4 113 


2 055 


456 


21 


16 362 


16 846 


716 


20 386 


1 191 


4 469 


4 630 


3 933 


4 388 


1 223 


492 


60 


- 


12 448 


12 874 


933 


13 913 


1 359 


5 103 


3 744 


1 743 


1 340 


408 


210 


6 


- 


10 330 


10 598 


1 085 


9 152 


1 265 


4 673 


1 825 


628 


610 


136 


15 


- 


- 


8 596 


8 982 


1 008 


15 655 


4 617 


8 707 


1 513 


467 


283 


59 


9 


- 


- 


6 434 


6 861 


3 353 


20 305 


16 449 


3 635 


171 


39 


11 


- 


- 


- 


- 


3 358 


3 439 


14 817 


5 924 


2 360 


941 


524 


434 


580 


451 


366 


156 


112 


7 996 


12 259 


2 039 


23.0 


50 + 


32.3 


24.0 


20.6 


17.7 


14.5 


12.6 


10.3 


10- 






50 + 



121-16 CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 



METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



Table A — 18. Selected Monthly Owner Costs for Mortgaged Housing Units With a White Householder: 1980 



The SMSA 



Specified owner-occupied housing units 

PERSONS IN UNIT 

1 person 

2 persons 

3 persons 

4 persons 

5 persons 

6 persons 

7 persons 

8 or more persons 

Median 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER 

Married-couple families 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 yeors 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 yeors and over 

Male householder, no wife present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 yeors 

65 years and over 

Female householder, no husband present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 yeors and over 

Median age 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

1979 to March 1980 

1975 to 1978 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1959 or earlier 

ROOMS 

1 to 3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 rooms 

8 or more rooms 

Median 

YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT 

1975 to Morch 1980 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1950 to 1959 

1940 to 1949 

1939 or earlier 

VALUE 

Less than $10.000 

$10,000 to $19,999 

$20,000 to $29.999 

$30,000 to $39,999 

$40,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 to $59,999 

$60,000 to $79,999 

$80,000 to $99,999 

$100,000 to $149,999 

$150,000 or more 

Medion 

SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS 
PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1979 

Less than 15 percent 

15 to 19 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

Heating equipment 

Steam or hot water system 

Central worm-air furnace or electric heat pump 

Other built-in electric units 

Floor, wall, or pipeless furnace 

Other means 

Air conditioning 

Central system 

1 or more individual room units 

House heating fuel 

Utility gas 

Bottled, tank, or LP gas 

Electricity 

Fuel oil, kerosene, etc _ 

Other 



[Data are estimotes bosed on a 


sample, see Introduction. For meaning of symbols, see Introduction. For definitions of terms, see appendixes A and B] 






Less thon 


$200 to 


$250 to 


$300 to 


$350 to 


$400 to 


$500 to 


$600 to 




Medion 


Total 


$200 


$249 


$299 


5349 


$399 


$499 


$599 


$749 


$750 or more 


(dollars) 


161 330 


8 925 


19 020 


24 243 


23 072 


20 833 


30 005 


16 306 


11 298 


7 628 


363 


8 964 


1 448 


1 630 


1 410 


1 140 


886 


1 083 


714 


418 


235 


300 


37 104 


3 322 


5 269 


5 542 


4 617 


4 052 


6 734 


3 786 


2 275 


1 507 


348 


34 530 


1 580 


4 155 


5 252 


5 214 


4 926 


6 463 


3 324 


2 194 


1 422 


361 


42 768 


1 395 


4 234 


6 265 


6 400 


5 942 


8 709 


4 269 


3 454 


2 100 


376 


22 973 


668 


2 171 


3 366 


3 457 


3 124 


4 378 


2 639 


1 762 


1 408 


379 


9 205 


283 


944 


1 466 


1 513 


1 140 


1 574 


973 


728 


584 


367 


4 036 


161 


377 


664 


487 


547 


749 


434 


320 


297 


380 


1 750 


68 


240 


278 


244 


216 


315 


167 


147 


75 


360 


3.50 


2.41 


3.13 


3.48 


3.59 


3.59 


3.58 


3.58 


372 


3.81 




138 753 


6 113 


15 203 


20 420 


19 905 


18 358 


26 794 


14 587 


10 325 


7 048 


371 


4 460 


149 


211 


451 


654 


775 


1 329 


589 


249 


53 


399 


42 257 


642 


2 096 


4 605 


6 041 


6 609 


10 921 


5 810 


3 682 


1 851 


410 


39 045 


1 013 


3 653 


5 769 


5 371 


5 062 


7 589 


4 301 


3 371 


2 916 


387 


48 844 


3 397 


8 210 


8 837 


7 287 


5 632 


6 666 


3 750 


2 911 


2 154 


327 


4 147 


912 


1 033 


758 


552 


280 


289 


137 


112 


74 


258 


7 757 


772 


973 


1 096 


1 087 


878 


1 270 


852 


512 


317 


348 


397 


44 


13 


56 


102 


37 


53 


85 


7 


_ 


342 


2 783 


136 


261 


358 


321 


369 


608 


392 


208 


130 


393 


1 589 


93 


174 


209 


228 


202 


236 


150 


167 


130 


372 


2 477 


350 


405 


395 


369 


217 


348 


225 


118 


50 


312 


511 


149 


120 


78 


67 


53 


25 


_ 


12 


7 


244 


14 820 


2 040 


2 844 


2 727 


2 080 


1 597 


1 941 


867 


461 


263 


296 


237 


10 


27 


73 


29 


10 


59 


18 


11 


_ 


315 


2 800 


43 


291 


480 


437 


495 


593 


281 


128 


52 


365 


3 487 


218 


601 


641 


567 


455 


552 


202 


170 


81 


325 


6 320 


1 032 


1 475 


1 215 


861 


561 


639 


316 


118 


103 


277 


1 976 


737 


450 


318 


186 


76 


98 


50 


34 


27 


228 


41.0 


54.4 


48.8 


44.2 


41.1 


38.2 


36.6 


36.8 


38.1 


39.9 




21 390 


448 


481 


907 


1 369 


1 877 


5 213 


4 536 


3 714 


2 845 


509 


54 299 


976 


2 330 


4 910 


7 690 


9 259 


14 293 


7 260 


4 615 


2 966 


412 


34 824 


1 430 


3 832 


7 165 


6 590 


5 072 


5 702 


2 457 


1 598 


978 


338 


39 371 


3 843 


9 407 


9 016 


6 004 


3 655 


3 999 


1 660 


1 130 


657 


286 


11 446 


2 228 


2 970 


2 245 


1 419 


970 


798 


393 


241 


182 


262 


788 


284 


201 


110 


52 


47 


57 


27 


10 




227 


6 986 


1 521 


1 595 


1 395 


983 


650 


561 


197 


60 


24 


264 


32 129 


3 558 


6 918 


6 885 


4 873 


3 725 


4 076 


1 430 


528 


136 


291 


45 259 


2 264 


6 624 


8 649 


7 864 


6 243 


7 976 


3 466 


1 528 


645 


332 


36 122 


929 


2 664 


4 655 


5 398 


5 533 


8 474 


4 598 


2 804 


1 067 


390 


40 046 


369 


1 018 


2 549 


3 902 


4 635 


8 861 


6 588 


6 368 


5 756 


485 


6.4 


5.2 


5.6 


5.9 


6.2 


6.5 


6.8 


7.2 


7.7 


8.4 




22 157 


174 


211 


650 


1 442 


2 323 


6 089 


4 503 


3 850 


2 915 


504 


17 882 


249 


592 


1 645 


2 356 


3 060 


4 298 


2 810 


1 842 


1 030 


422 


39 100 


1 386 


4 747 


6 618 


6 462 


5 427 


7 442 


3 409 


2 319 


1 290 


353 


33 981 


2 176 


5 450 


6 228 


5 410 


4 365 


5 567 


2 511 


1 401 


873 


329 


13 788 


1 279 


2 178 


2 758 


2 160 


1 785 


2 039 


817 


488 


284 


316 


34 422 


3 661 


5 842 


6 344 


5 242 


3 873 


4 570 


2 256 


1 398 


1 236 


313 


801 


392 


188 


174 


24 


15 


8 








202 


5 192 


1 501 


1 500 


1 069 


601 


280 


202 


39 


- 


- 


236 


13 267 


2 244 


3 674 


3 229 


1 949 


1 221 


728 


189 


33 


- 


261 


24 522 


2 149 


5 141 


5 485 


4 842 


3 262 


2 816 


655 


143 


29 


295 


32 136 


1 670 


4 866 


6 326 


5 801 


4 908 


6 110 


1 858 


517 


80 


328 


26 344 


583 


2 361 


4 280 


4 196 


4 171 


6 175 


3 192 


1 217 


169 


371 


32 041 


311 


1 132 


3 046 


4 288 


4 722 


8 912 


5 383 


3 389 


858 


426 


13 573 


45 


103 


468 


1 018 


1 706 


3 218 


2 842 


2 767 


1 406 


508 


9 888 


21 


50 


156 


324 


484 


1 661 


1 864 


2 583 


2 745 


622 


3 566 


9 


5 


10 


29 


64 


175 


284 


649 


2 341 


750+ 


$51 500 


$31 400 


$38 000 


$43 400 


$47 200 


$51 400 


$58 000 


$67 500 


$82 300 


$120 900 




56 637 


5 558 


11 841 


12 733 


9 358 


6 250 


5 979 


2 389 


1 431 


1 098 


293 


36 903 


1 073 


3 151 


5 740 


6 203 


6 071 


8 138 


3 345 


2 085 


1 097 


369 


26 979 


638 


1 313 


2 509 


3 383 


4 032 


7 228 


4 027 


2 397 


1 452 


421 


15 766 


339 


726 


1 063 


1 636 


2 006 


3 730 


2 808 


2 226 


1 232 


455 


8 620 


287 


430 


588 


790 


851 


2 006 


1 553 


1 166 


949 


469 


15 900 


977 


1 491 


1 556 


1 640 


1 557 


2 826 


2 129 


1 974 


1 750 


425 


525 


53 


68 


54 


62 


66 


98 


55 


19 


50 


369 


18.2 


12.6 


13.3 


14.6 


16.7 


18.4 


20.6 


23.0 


24.4 


25.6 




161 319 


8 923 


19 020 


24 240 


23 066 


20 833 


30 005 


16 306 


11 298 


7 628 


363 


8 291 


337 


685 


1 044 


1 085 


984 


1 477 


918 


791 


970 


401 


140 414 


7 303 


16 716 


21 110 


20 032 


18 236 


26 176 


14 358 


9 998 


6 485 


364 


5 718 


218 


440 


743 


1 031 


862 


1 355 


586 


371 


112 


375 


1 335 


225 


282 


332 


143 


136 


125 


69 


15 


8 


274 


5 561 


840 


897 


1 Oil 


775 


615 


872 


375 


123 


53 


302 


119 939 


5 134 


11 933 


16 409 


16 267 


15 734 


23 825 


13 549 


9 974 


7 114 


382 


75 457 


1 417 


4 347 


7 721 


9 219 


9 905 


17 129 


10 881 


8 474 


6 364 


427 


44 482 


3 717 


7 586 


8 688 


7 048 


5 829 


6 696 


2 668 


1 500 


750 


316 


161 319 


8 923 


19 020 


24 240 


23 066 


20 833 


30 005 


16 306 


11 298 


7 628 


363 


103 627 


6 783 


14 820 


18 172 


15 929 


13 595 


17 566 


8 351 


5 172 


3 239 


338 


2 332 


159 


394 


338 


365 


297 


419 


196 


119 


45 


338 


28 411 


400 


684 


1 301 


2 624 


3 439 


7 253 


5 206 


4 343 


3 161 


479 


25 028 


1 304 


2 838 


4 138 


3 898 


3 306 


4 408 


2 352 


1 615 


1 169 


355 


1 921 


277 


284 


291 


250 


196 


359 


201 


49 


14 


322 



METROPOLITAN HOJSING CHARACTERISTICS 



CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 121-17 



Table a -19. Selected Monthly Owner Costs for Not Mortgaged Housing Units With a White Householder: 1980 



The SMSA 

Specified owner-occupied housing units 

PERSONS IN UNIT 

1 person 

2 persons 

3 persons 

4 persons 

5 persons 

6 persons 

7 persons 

8 or more persons 

Median 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER 

Married-couple families 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Male householder, no wife present 

15 to 24 yeors 

25 to 34 yeors 

35 to 44 yeors 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Female householder, no husband present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 yeors and over 

Median age 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

1979 to March 1980 

1975 to 1978 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1959 or earlier 

ROOMS 

1 to 3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 rooms 

8 or more rooms 

Median 

YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT 

1975 to March 1980 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1950 to 1959 

1940 to 1949 

1939 or eorlier 

VALUE 

Less than $10,000 

$10,000 to $19,999 

$20,000 to $29,999 

$30,000 to $39,999 

$40,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 to $59,999 

$60,000 to $79,999 

$80,000 to $99,999 

$100,000 to $149,999 

$150,000 or more 

Median 

SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS 
PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1979 

Less than 10 percent 

10 to 14 percent 

15 to 19 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

Heating equipment 

Steam or hot water system 

Central warm-air furnace or electric heot pump 

Other built-in electric units 

Floor, wall, or pipeless furnace 

Other means 

Air conditioning 

Central system 

1 or more individual room units 

House heating fuel 

Utility gas 

Bottled, tank, or LP gas 

Electricity 

Fuel oil, kerosene, etc. 

Other. 



[Data are estimates based on a sample, see Introduction. For meaning 


of symbols, see 


ntroduction. For definitions of terms, see appendixes 


A and B] 




Totol 


Less than $50 


$50 to $74 


$75 to $99 


$100 to $124 


$125 to $149 


$150 to $199 


$200 to $249 


$250 or more 


Medion (dollars) 


79 204 


304 


2 158 


8 536 


16 983 


18 722 


21 123 


6 980 


4 398 


141 


18 185 


196 


1 172 


3 623 


4 594 


3 907 


3 338 


799 


556 


122 


36 734 


78 


740 


3 823 


8 639 


9 105 


9 503 


2 985 


1 861 


139 


12 632 


24 


182 


716 


2 284 


3 111 


4 076 


1 394 


845 


150 


6 309 


_ 


29 


193 


872 


1 562 


2 211 


933 


509 


161 


2 947 


_ 


8 


87 


350 


675 


1 086 


448 


293 


166 


1 405 


6 


12 


41 


111 


216 


525 


304 


190 


180 


643 


_ 


_ 


43 


88 


93 


258 


69 


92 


169 


349 


_ 


15 


10 


45 


53 


126 


48 


52 


170 


2.08 


1.28 


1.42 


1.67 


1.95 


2.10 


2.26 


2.40 


2.38 




51 136 


62 


799 


3 784 


10 222 


12 435 


15 212 


5 287 


3 335 


147 


185 


_ 


22 


33 


47 


56 


22 


5 


- 


120 


1 222 


_ 


32 


68 


260 


331 


321 


133 


77 


144 


2 894 


7 


48 


97 


416 


658 


980 


403 


285 


161 


26 926 


30 


204 


1 190 


4 570 


6 553 


9 199 


3 200 


1 980 


155 


19 909 


25 


493 


2 396 


4 929 


4 837 


4 690 


1 546 


993 


136 


5 839 


115 


251 


1 093 


1 270 


1 385 


1 177 


337 


211 


128 


142 


_ 


6 


34 


36 


19 


42 


- 


5 


122 


261 


4 


14 


40 


60 


58 


55 


22 


8 


130 


276 


- 


22 


43 


70 


77 


42 


8 


14 


126 


1 877 


33 


66 


270 


330 


518 


467 


127 


66 


137 


3 283 


78 


143 


706 


774 


713 


571 


180 


118 


123 


22 229 


127 


1 108 


3 659 


5 491 


4 902 


4 734 


1 356 


852 


129 


75 


_ 


17 


10 


14 


25 


9 


- 


- 


119 


251 


- 


12 


21 


61 


68 


65 


24 


- 


137 


462 


- 


- 


44 


92 


84 


136 


79 


27 


154 


7 115 


47 


150 


753 


1 718 


1 698 


1 793 


615 


341 


138 


14 326 


80 


929 


2 831 


3 606 


3 027 


2 731 


638 


484 


123 


64.2 


70.3 


72.5 


70.3 


66.3 


63.8 


61.5 


60.5 


60.5 




1 904 


18 


96 


132 


415 


483 


468 


175 


117 


140 


5 245 


7 


120 


467 


1 009 


1 229 


1 477 


547 


389 


146 


6 973 


52 


162 


693 


1 326 


1 450 


2 028 


740 


522 


147 


19 594 


76 


406 


1 552 


3 695 


4 470 


5 906 


2 129 


1 360 


148 


45 488 


151 


1 374 


5 692 


10 538 


11 090 


11 244 


3 389 


2 010 


136 


1 178 


56 


237 


280 


189 


231 


129 


35 


21 


102 


9 040 


77 


692 


2 207 


2 739 


1 905 


1 164 


177 


79 


114 


25 000 


116 


863 


3 461 


6 944 


6 708 


5 476 


1 100 


332 


129 


24 510 


27 


280 


1 885 


5 249 


6 396 


7 719 


2 191 


763 


144 


1*1 639 


15 


45 


499 


1 365 


2 516 


4 339 


1 905 


955 


166 


7 837 


13 


41 


204 


497 


966 


2 296 


1 572 


2 248 


198 


5.7 


4.7 


4.7 


5.0 


5.3 


5.6 


6.0 


6.5 


7.6 




1 445 


22 


30 


107 


166 


335 


413 


206 


166 


158 


2 206 


9 


39 


130 


294 


529 


723 


261 


221 


157 


9 918 


41 


73 


458 


1 612 


2 181 


3 270 


1 413 


870 


159 


23 575 


23 


328 


1 658 


4 216 


6 027 


7 350 


2 387 


1 586 


148 


11 090 


10 


277 


1 475 


2 768 


2 813 


2 662 


750 


335 


134 


30 970 


199 


1 411 


4 708 


7 927 


6 837 


6 705 


1 963 


1 220 


130 


1 839 


70 


266 


458 


481 


317 


179 


56 


12 


107 


7 263 


98 


661 


1 638 


2 068 


1 451 


1 038 


228 


81 


115 


12 383 


70 


587 


2 463 


3 785 


2 815 


2 086 


414 


163 


120 


15 517 


23 


322 


2 221 


4 451 


4 361 


3 283 


736 


120 


129 


15 342 


41 


199 


1 152 


3 773 


4 547 


4 450 


930 


250 


139 


10 538 


_ 


79 


408 


1 598 


2 977 


4 124 


1 043 


309 


153 


9 559 


_ 


36 


165 


681 


1 851 


4 401 


1 686 


739 


173 


3 132 


2 


1 


31 


78 


282 


987 


1 057 


694 


209 


2 558 


_ 


7 


_ 


57 


103 


495 


702 


1 194 


244 


1 073 


_ 


_ 


_ 


11 


18 


80 


128 


836 


250 + 


$41 600 


$16 800 


$21 900 


$28 700 


$34 500 


$40 900 


$49 000 


$60 900 


$95 600 




38 139 


156 


831 


3 547 


8 246 


9 510 


10 588 


3 193 


2 068 


142 


15 690 


96 


371 


1 694 


3 218 


3 456 


4 281 


1 641 


933 


143 


8 892 


22 


415 


1 155 


1 977 


2 032 


2 094 


721 


476 


136 


5 230 


14 


264 


729 


1 160 


1 094 


1 270 


428 


271 


135 


3 257 


7 


126 


627 


713 


720 


671 


243 


150 


130 


2 244 


- 


40 


270 


554 


572 


566 


151 


91 


136 


5 343 


- 


86 


459 


1 012 


1 257 


1 567 


568 


394 


147 


409 


9 


25 


55 


103 


81 


86 


35 


15 


129 


10.4 


10- 


13.2 


12.0 


10.3 


10- 


10- 


10.9 


10.7 




79 193 


299 


2 158 


8 530 


16 983 


18 722 


21 123 


6 980 


4 398 


141 


6 585 


21 


118 


457 


1 223 


1 237 


1 762 


925 


842 


157 


66 534 


104 


1 527 


7 033 


14 337 


16 149 


18 269 


5 729 


3 386 


141 


1 169 


21 


45 


148 


319 


237 


262 


78 


59 


130 


845 


5 


33 


159 


226 


217 


160 


37 


8 


125 


4 060 


148 


435 


733 


878 


882 


670 


211 


103 


120 


49 765 


50 


812 


4 036 


9 310 


11 898 


14 617 


5 361 


3 681 


147 


26 692 


12 


174 


1 107 


3 516 


6 098 


9 138 


3 864 


2 783 


163 


23 073 


38 


638 


2 929 


5 794 


5 800 


5 479 


1 497 


898 


134 


79 193 


299 


2 158 


8 530 


16 983 


18 722 


21 123 


6 980 


4 398 


141 


59 037 


131 


1 638 


6 876 


13 540 


14 172 


14 808 


4 861 


3 011 


138 


1 287 


19 


83 


146 


245 


307 


239 


135 


113 


137 


2 845 


43 


58 


243 


458 


655 


792 


304 


292 


149 


15 176 


24 


296 


1 104 


2 568 


3 395 


5 160 


1 647 


982 


152 


848 


82 


83 


161 


172 


193 


124 


33 


- 


114 



121-18 CINCINNATI, 0HI0-KY.-IND. SMSA 



METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



Table A— 20. Year Structure Built for Owner- and Renter-Occupied Housing Units With a White Householder: 1980 



The SMSA 



Occupied housing units 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER 

Married-couple families 

15 to 24 yeors 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Male householder, no wife present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 yeors 

65 yeors and over 

Female householder, no husband present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 yeors 

65 years and over 

Median age 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

1979 to Morch 1980 

1975 to 1978 

1970 to 1974 

I960 to 1969 

1959 or earlier 

ROOMS 

1 room 

2 rooms 

3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 or more rooms 

Medion 

PLUMBING FACILITIES BY PERSONS PER ROOM 

Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

0.50 or less 

0.51 to 1.00 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 oi more 

Lacking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

0.50 or less 

0.51 to 1.00 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

PERSONS IN UNIT 

1 person 

2 persons 

3 persons 

4 persons 

5 persons 

6 or more persons 

Median 

Total persons 

UNITS IN STRUaURE 

1, detached or attached 

2 

3 and 4 

5 to 9 

10 to 49 

50 or more 

Mobile home or trailer, etc. 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

Hearing equipment 

Steam or hot water system 

Central warm-air furnace or electric heat pump 

Other built-in electric units 

Floor, wall, or pipeless furnace 

Other means 

Air conditioning 

Central system 

1 or more individual room units 

House heating fuel 

Utility gas 

Bottled, tank, or LP gas 

Electricity 

Fuel oil, kerosene, etc. 

Other 

Income in 1979 below poverty level 

Percent below poverty level 

HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1979 

Less than $5,000 

$5,000 to $9.999 

$10,000 to $12.499 

$12,500 to $14,999 

$15,000 to $19,999 

$20,000 to $24.999 

$25,000 to $34,999 

$35,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 or more 

Median 

Mean 



(Data are estimotes based on o 


sample, see Introduction. For 


meaning of symbols, see 1 


production. For definitions of terms, see appenc 


ixes A and B] 






Owner-occupied housing units 


Renter-occupied housing units 




1975 to 


1970 to 


1960 to 


1940 to 


1939 or 




1975 to 


1970 to 


1960 to 


1940 to 


'939 or 


Total 


Morch 1980 


1974 


1969 


1959 


earlier 


Totol 


March 1980 


1974 


1969 


1959 


earlier 


289 699 


30 419 


26 186 


55 910 


92 365 


84 819 


144 832 


12 956 


19 820 


30 677 


34 244 


47 135 


222 315 


26 555 


22 371 


46 486 


71 022 


55 881 


52 613 


4 896 


7 175 


10 805 


12 759 


16 978 


6 305 


1 391 


720 


1 150 


1 648 


1 396 


12 244 


1 722 


2 064 


2 666 


2 852 


2 940 


49 807 


12 084 


6 385 


8 245 


12 006 


10 587 


17 559 


1 655 


2 493 


3 635 


4 563 


5 213 


48 048 


7 625 


7 370 


11 813 


11 665 


9 575 


6 560 


440 


721 


1 171 


1 584 


2 644 


88 622 


4 837 


6 531 


21 607 


33 540 


22 107 


9 854 


659 


1 095 


1 884 


2 245 


3 971 


29 533 


618 


865 


3 671 


12 163 


12 216 


6 396 


420 


802 


1 449 


1 515 


2 210 


19 441 


1 616 


1 298 


2 973 


5 416 


8 138 


32 463 


3 185 


4 754 


6 822 


7 135 


10 567 


954 


163 


106 


136 


247 


302 


7 875 


943 


1 293 


1 893 


1 670 


2 076 


4 599 


710 


499 


563 


1 214 


1 613 


11 052 


1 348 


1 746 


2 447 


2 603 


2 908 


2 721 


308 


256 


552 


661 


944 


3 786 


370 


638 


851 


699 


1 228 


6 086 


332 


327 


1 244 


1 706 


2 477 


5 876 


345 


669 


1 111 


1 235 


2 516 


5 081 


103 


110 


478 


1 588 


2 802 


3 874 


179 


408 


520 


928 


1 839 


47 943 


2 248 


2 517 


6 451 


15 927 


20 800 


59 756 


4 875 


7 891 


13 050 


14 350 


19 590 


486 


67 


31 


84 


132 


172 


9 382 


1 084 


1 477 


2 273 


2 076 


2 472 


4 097 


653 


440 


766 


1 097 


1 141 


13 530 


1 130 


2 136 


3 199 


3 128 


3 937 


4 991 


469 


568 


1 183 


1 396 


1 375 


5 485 


377 


788 


1 182 


1 506 


1 632 


17 175 


790 


1 016 


2 643 


6 461 


6 265 


12 308 


718 


1 280 


2 506 


3 184 


4 620 


21 194 


269 


462 


1 775 


6 841 


11 847 


19 051 


1 566 


2 2)0 


3 890 


4 456 


6 929 


49.1 


35.1 


39.7 


47.2 


53.6 


55.6 


35.4 


30.3 


32.3 


33.8 


35.5 


41.9 


30 273 


10 503 


2 804 


4 522 


5 841 


6 603 


63 024 


9 526 


10 000 


13 358 


13 456 


16 684 


72 725 


19 916 


8 525 


12 507 


16 569 


15 208 


48 298 


3 430 


6 870 


10 975 


11 886 


15 137 


49 899 


- 


14 857 


10 177 


12 944 


11 921 


16 147 


_ 


2 950 


3 517 


3 860 


5 820 


68 112 


- 


- 


28 704 


22 014 


17 394 


11 855 


_ 


_ 


2 827 


3 518 


5 510 


68 690 


- 


- 


- 


34 997 


33 693 


5 508 


- 


- 


- 


1 524 


3 984 


218 


14 


22 


37 


67 


78 


4 367 


270 


691 


916 


690 


1 800 


398 


11 


46 


55 


103 


183 


12 671 


948 


1 506 


2 821 


2 656 


4 740 


4 871 


184 


195 


476 


1 022 


2 994 


41 830 


3 917 


4 970 


8 752 


10 488 


13 703 


26 104 


1 766 


2 344 


3 101 


9 093 


9 800 


42 711 


4 176 


6 754 


9 928 


9 890 


11 963 


69 744 


3 992 


4 271 


13 065 


27 045 


21 371 


26 452 


2 558 


4 353 


5 588 


6 322 


7 631 


79 900 


6 126 


5 179 


15 012 


29 305 


24 278 


10 397 


737 


1 014 


1 760 


2 788 


4 098 


108 464 


18 326 


14 129 


24 164 


25 730 


26 115 


6 404 


350 


532 


912 


1 410 


3 200 


6.0 


6.9 


6.7 


6.2 


5.8 


5.8 


3.8 


3.8 


3.9 


3.8 


3.8 


3.8 


287 105 


30 382 


26 114 


55 771 


91 733 


83 105 


140 453 


12 812 


19 520 


30 173 


33 319 


44 629 


180 916 


18 706 


14 461 


32 418 


58 750 


56 581 


89 139 


8 584 


13 020 


20 244 


20 688 


26 603 


99 737 


11 322 


11 022 


22 111 


30 865 


24 417 


46 208 


4 021 


6 112 


9 317 


11 235 


15 523 


5 748 


319 


574 


1 114 


1 938 


1 803 


3 871 


134 


302 


488 


1 057 


1 890 


704 


35 


57 


128 


180 


304 


1 235 


73 


86 


124 


339 


613 


2 594 


37 


72 


139 


632 


1 714 


4 379 


144 


300 


504 


925 


2 506 


1 688 


5 


41 


85 


346 


1 211 


2 161 


94 


195 


291 


448 


1 133 


714 


32 


19 


32 


244 


387 


1 887 


50 


100 


171 


404 


1 162 


160 


- 


4 


13 


40 


103 


252 


- 


5 


42 


52 


153 


32 


- 


8 


9 


2 


13 


79 


- 


- 


- 


21 


58 


37 612 


2 190 


1 819 


4 627 


11 973 


17 003 


63 001 


5 539 


8 652 


14 114 


14 624 


20 072 


90 020 


7 135 


5 456 


15 422 


33 425 


28 582 


41 452 


4 358 


6 362 


9 255 


9 344 


12 133 


56 096 


6 574 


5 492 


11 345 


18 257 


14 428 


20 021 


1 787 


2 704 


4 175 


4 950 


6 405 


56 257 


8 630 


7 262 


12 845 


15 239 


12 281 


11 522 


876 


1 387 


2 032 


2 923 


4 304 


29 615 


4 003 


3 944 


6 879 


8 030 


6 759 


5 296 


254 


469 


751 


1 388 


2 434 


20 099 


1 887 


2 213 


4 792 


5 441 


5 766 


3 540 


142 


246 


350 


1 015 


1 787 


2.81 


3.40 


3.54 


3.20 


2.54 


2.39 


1.73 


1.72 


1.70 


1.63 


1.77 


1.79 


899 354 


103 512 


92 632 


188 167 


272 211 


242 832 


296 376 


25 195 


38 131 


57 954 


72 533 


102 513 


263 223 


26 871 


22 294 


52 438 


88 054 


73 566 


25 393 


1 123 


1 611 


3 141 


7 929 


11 589 


11 917 


230 


184 


452 


2 571 


8 480 


20 649 


497 


499 


1 122 


5 788 


12 743 


3 265 


315 


124 


244 


792 


1 790 


26 255 


730 


1 563 


3 539 


9 672 


10 751 


1 312 


274 


88 


177 


254 


519 


19 376 


2 107 


2 476 


3 706 


4 665 


6 422 


1 393 


222 


194 


346 


299 


332 


39 860 


6 402 


10 143 


13 781 


5 101 


4 433 


219 


37 


41 


56 


46 


39 


11 575 


1 821 


2 885 


4 846 


897 


1 126 


8 370 


2 470 


3 261 


2 197 


349 


93 


1 724 


276 


643 


542 


192 


71 


289 657 


30 419 


26 186 


55 896 


92 363 


84 793 


144 658 


12 951 


19 820 


30 646 


34 175 


47 066 


19 822 


136 


301 


2 365 


5 568 


11 452 


47 264 


1 442 


5 402 


13 148 


13 909 


13 363 


243 923 


26 537 


22 048 


49 059 


80 645 


65 634 


70 485 


6 944 


10 430 


13 380 


15 888 


23 843 


8 881 


2 700 


2 526 


2 Oil 


980 


664 


12 226 


4 194 


3 459 


2 853 


804 


916 


2 819 


54 


201 


432 


1 056 


1 076 


2 664 


153 


219 


625 


753 


914 


14 212 


992 


1 110 


2 029 


4 114 


5 967 


12 019 


218 


310 


640 


2 821 


8 030 


200 505 


26 149 


21 393 


42 426 


63 792 


46 745 


93 102 


12 356 


18 396 


26 787 


18 547 


17 016 


116 738 


24 203 


17 336 


29 640 


33 884 


11 675 


31 581 


7 211 


9 633 


9 932 


2 964 


1 841 


83 767 


1 946 


4 057 


12 786 


29 908 


35 070 


61 521 


5 145 


8 763 


16 855 


15 583 


15 175 


289 657 


30 419 


26 186 


55 896 


92 363 


84 793 


144 658 


12 951 


19 820 


30 646 


34 175 


47 066 


187 778 


1 418 


13 847 


39 311 


64 041 


69 161 


104 116 


2 608 


11 191 


22 688 


27 989 


39 640 


7 426 


1 247 


1 727 


1 391 


1 629 


1 432 


2 742 


191 


532 


556 


737 


726 


38 802 


25 704 


7 127 


2 937 


1 844 


1 190 


25 658 


9 494 


7 102 


5 478 


1 939 


1 645 


51 339 


1 419 


3 045 


11 727 


23 758 


11 390 


9 505 


590 


709 


1 440 


2 942 


3 824 


4 312 


631 


440 


530 


1 091 


1 620 


2 637 


68 


286 


484 


568 


1 231 


12 748 


665 


1 028 


1 622 


3 725 


5 708 


24 999 


1 705 


2 216 


3 687 


6 151 


11 240 


4.4 


2.2 


3.9 


2.9 


4.0 


6.7 


17.3 


13.2 


11.2 


12.0 


18.0 


23.8 


16 175 


658 


898 


1 708 


4 928 


7 983 


28 690 


1 979 


2 673 


4 498 


6 860 


12 680 


27 944 


973 


1 333 


3 537 


9 424 


12 677 


31 420 


2 430 


3 604 


6 058 


8 217 


11 111 


15 695 


903 


904 


2 181 


5 373 


6 334 


17 259 


1 468 


2 297 


3 706 


4 389 


5 399 


15 217 


967 


1 138 


2 264 


5 305 


5 543 


13 471 


1 155 


2 114 


3 100 


3 214 


3 888 


41 451 


3 966 


3 603 


6 954 


13 894 


13 034 


22 675 


2 344 


3 806 


5 329 


5 128 


6 068 


45 657 


5 551 


4 146 


8 927 


14 991 


12 042 


14 130 


1 534 


2 412 


3 344 


3 150 


3 690 


69 769 


9 644 


7 419 


15 720 


21 595 


15 391 


11 508 


1 314 


1 830 


3 148 


2 288 


2 928 


38 745 


5 371 


4 544 


9 525 


11 551 


7 754 


3 869 


492 


702 


1 013 


713 


949 


19 046 


2 386 


2 201 


5 094 


5 304 


4 061 


1 810 


240 


382 


481 


285 


422 


$23 012 


$26 721 


$26 127 


$26 253 


$22 310 


$18 791 


$11 783 


$13 801 


$14 080 


$13 368 


$11 165 


$9 890 


$25 775 


$29 672 


$29 132 


$29 449 


$24 870 


$21 903 


$13 967 


$16 010 


$16 006 


$15 534 


$13 017 


$12 218 



METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 121-19 



Table A -21. Units in Structure for Owner- and Renter-Occupied Housing Units With a White Householder: 1980 



[Data ore estimates based on a sample, see Introduction. For meaning of symbols, see Introduction. For definitions of terms, see appendixes A and B] 



The SMSA 



Occupied housing units 

Condominium housing units 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER 

Married-couple families 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Male householder, no wife present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Female householder, no husband present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 yeors 

65 years and over 

Median age 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

1979 to March 1980 

1975 to 1978 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1959 or earlier 

ROOMS 

1 room 

2 rooms 

3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

C rooms 

7 or more rooms 

Median 

PLUMBING FACILITIES BY PERSONS PER ROOM 
Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

0.50 or less 

0.51 to 1.00 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

Lacking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

0.50 or less 

0.51 to 1.00 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

BEDROOMS 

None 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 or more 

HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1979 

Less than $5,000 

$5,000 to $9,999 

$10,000 to $12.499 

$12,500 to $14,999 

$15,000 to $19,999 

$20,000 to $24,999 

$25,000 to $34,999 

$35,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 or more 

Median 

Mean 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

Heating equipment 

Steam or hot water system 

Central worm-oir furnace or electric heat pump 

Other built-in electric units 

Floor, wall, or pipeless furnace 

Other means 

Air conditioning 

Central system 

Vehicles available 

1 

2 or more 

House heating fuel 

Utility gas 

Bottled, tank, or LP gas 

Electricity 

Fuel oil, kerosene, etc 

Other 

Water heating fuel 

Utility gos 

Bottled, tank, or LP gas 

Electricity 

Fuel oil. kerosene, etc 

Other 

Family householder 

With own children under 18 years 

With own children under 6 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

With own children under 18 yeors 

With own children under 6 years 

Nonfamily householder 

Income in 1979 below poverty level 

Percent below poverty level 



Owner-occupied housing units 


Renter-occupied housing units 




1 unit, 




Mobile 




1 unit. 












Mobile 




detached or 


2 or more 


home or 




detached or 




3 and 4 




10 to 49 


50 or more 


home or 


Total 


attached 


units 


trailer, etc. 


Total 


ottached 


2 units 


units 


5 to 9 units 


units 


units 


trailer, etc. 


289 699 


263 223 


18 106 


8 370 


144 832 


25 393 


20 649 


26 255 


19 376 


39 860 


11 575 


1 724 


3 122 


1 860 


1 262 


- 


1 162 


252 


66 


171 


205 


316 


152 


- 


222 315 


206 980 


9 656 


5 679 


52 613 


15 595 


8 180 


7 862 


5 763 


11 858 


2 554 


801 


6 305 


4 858 


447 


1 000 


12 244 


2 029 


1 914 


1 883 


1 674 


4 033 


476 


235 


49 807 


46 154 


1 869 


1 784 


17 559 


5 487 


2 942 


2 339 


1 883 


3 973 


596 


339 


48 048 


45 553 


1 475 


1 020 


6 560 


3 087 


1 008 


777 


537 


887 


154 


110 


88 622 


83 534 


3 761 


1 327 


9 854 


3 721 


1 384 


1 418 


1 046 


1 792 


420 


73 


29 533 


26 881 


2 104 


548 


6 396 


1 271 


932 


1 445 


623 


1 173 


908 


44 


19 441 


15 638 


2 813 


990 


32 463 


3 396 


3 713 


5 620 


5 038 


11 243 


3 014 


439 


954 


620 


194 


140 


7 875 


752 


795 


1 328 


1 223 


3 021 


672 


84 


4 599 


3 440 


950 


209 


11 052 


1 085 


1 415 


1 709 


1 718 


4 281 


741 


103 


2 721 


2 170 


439 


112 


3 786 


414 


399 


663 


600 


1 319 


308 


83 


6 086 


5 063 


698 


325 


5 876 


708 


653 


1 098 


866 


1 823 


620 


108 


5 081 


4 345 


532 


204 


3 874 


437 


451 


822 


631 


799 


673 


61 


47 943 


40 605 


5 637 


1 701 


59 756 


6 402 


8 756 


12 773 


8 575 


16 759 


6 007 


484 


486 


348 


79 


59 


9 382 


594 


1 230 


1 652 


1 518 


3 662 


650 


76 


4 097 


3 265 


543 


289 


13 530 


1 492 


2 031 


2 493 


1 969 


4 589 


802 


154 


4 991 


4 337 


382 


272 


5 485 


1 000 


745 


991 


914 


1 510 


289 


36 


17 175 


14 795 


1 759 


621 


12 308 


1 569 


1 871 


2 882 


1 891 


3 200 


817 


78 


21 194 


17 860 


2 874 


460 


19 051 


1 747 


2 879 


4 755 


2 283 


3 798 


3 449 


140 


49.1 


49.0 


54.1 


39.8 


35.4 


37.5 


35.0 


41.6 


34.2 


31.1 


58.6 


32.1 


30 273 


25 589 


2 333 


2 351 


63 024 


9 280 


8 058 


10 088 


9 465 


20 332 


4 882 


919 


72 725 


64 970 


4 545 


3 210 


48 298 


8 714 


7 073 


8 795 


6 131 


13 510 


3 535 


540 


49 899 


45 377 


2 533 


1 989 


16 147 


3 061 


2 301 


3 155 


1 834 


3 621 


1 971 


204 


68 112 


63 886 


3 483 


743 


11 855 


2 407 


2 034 


2 962 


1 409 


1 915 


1 093 


35 


68 690 


63 401 


5 212 


77 


5 508 


1 931 


1 183 


1 255 


537 


482 


94 


26 


218 


106 


68 


44 


4 367 


107 


68 


401 


784 


1 459 


1 546 


2 


398 


150 


188 


60 


12 671 


223 


787 


2 221 


3 036 


4 456 


1 857 


91 


4 871 


2 067 


2 237 


567 


41 830 


1 621 


6 162 


10 615 


6 169 


13 526 


3 528 


209 


26 104 


17 711 


4 554 


3 839 


42 711 


5 014 


7 422 


8 380 


5 549 


12 659 


2 778 


909 


69 744 


62 123 


4 812 


2 809 


26 452 


7 314 


4 159 


3 738 


2 937 


6 446 


1 480 


378 


79 900 


76 205 


2 950 


745 


10 397 


6 145 


1 423 


736 


698 


1 009 


307 


79 


108 464 


104 861 


3 297 


306 


6 404 


4 969 


628 


164 


203 


305 


79 


56 


6.0 


6.1 


4.9 


4.4 


3.8 


5.3 


3.9 


3.5 


3.5 


3.5 


3.2 


4.1 


287 105 


261 711 


17 144 


8 250 


140 453 


24 447 


19 925 


25 420 


18 777 


38 886 


11 307 


1 691 


180 916 


164 911 


11 943 


4 062 


89 139 


12 618 


11 766 


16 961 


11 898 


27 121 


7 989 


786 


99 737 


91 358 


4 717 


3 662 


46 208 


10 477 


7 130 


7 438 


6 112 


11 054 


3 200 


797 


5 748 


4 928 


355 


465 


3 871 


1 161 


804 


841 


444 


442 


74 


105 


704 


514 


129 


61 


1 235 


191 


225 


180 


323 


269 


44 


3 


2 594 


1 512 


962 


120 


4 379 


946 


724 


835 


599 


974 


268 


33 


1 688 


943 


692 


53 


2 161 


449 


383 


477 


281 


445 


109 


17 


714 


431 


231 


52 


1 887 


378 


265 


303 


282 


495 


159 


5 


160 


119 


30 


11 


252 


100 


57 


40 


15 


29 


- 


11 


32 


19 


9 


4 


79 


19 


19 


15 


21 


5 


- 


- 


269 


131 


90 


48 


5 725 


133 


169 


643 


1 144 


1 917 


1 708 


11 


12 716 


7 779 


4 325 


612 


63 882 


3 006 


9 589 


15 104 


10 079 


20 031 


5 863 


210 


72 306 


59 225 


8 023 


5 058 


55 514 


9 539 


8 764 


9 203 


6 770 


16 517 


3 589 


1 132 


141 434 


135 056 


3 820 


2 558 


15 445 


9 211 


1 751 


1 189 


1 270 


1 296 


403 


325 


53 506 


52 135 


1 288 


83 


3 412 


2 776 


331 


101 


95 


83 


5 


21 


9 468 


8 897 


560 


11 


854 


728 


45 


15 


18 


16 


7 


25 


16 175 


13 519 


1 696 


960 


28 690 


3 496 


4 414 


6 278 


4 840 


6 160 


3 089 


413 


27 944 


23 253 


3 187 


1 504 


31 420 


4 317 


4 715 


6 695 


4 569 


8 Oil 


2 647 


466 


15 695 


13 327 


1 620 


748 


17 259 


2 718 


2 553 


3 436 


2 094 


5 274 


974 


210 


15 217 


13 251 


1 211 


755 


13 471 


2 247 


1 953 


2 367 


1 473 


4 426 


884 


121 


41 451 


36 691 


2 845 


1 915 


22 675 


4 358 


3 159 


3 498 


2 792 


7 248 


1 364 


256 


45 657 


42 127 


2 360 


1 170 


14 130 


3 483 


1 889 


1 854 


1 646 


4 142 


940 


176 


69 769 


65 799 


2 931 


1 039 


11 508 


3 036 


1 422 


1 495 


1 372 


3 191 


929 


63 


38 745 


37 004 


1 508 


233 


3 869 


1 250 


410 


425 


398 


966 


409 


11 


19 046 


18 252 


748 


46 


1 810 


488 


134 


207 


192 


442 


339 


8 


$23 012 


$23 692 


$17 384 


$15 482 


$11 783 


$14 909 


$11 171 


$10 112 


$10 333 


$12 774 


$10 132 


$9 779 


$25 775 


$26 402 


$21 121 


$16 115 


$13 967 


$17 045 


$13 083 


$11 985 


$12 718 


$14 374 


$14 352 


$11 451 


289 657 


263 192 


18 106 


8 359 


144 658 


25 379 


20 638 


26 238 


19 324 


39 795 


11 568 


1 716 


19 822 


16 657 


3 137 


28 


47 264 


2 239 


3 035 


10 869 


7 579 


19 054 


4 452 


36 


243 923 


224 145 


13 160 


6 618 


70 485 


17 810 


14 486 


11 189 


7 649 


13 459 


4 657 


1 235 


8 881 


8 217 


336 


328 


12 226 


781 


498 


1 002 


1 772 


5 841 


2 261 


71 


2 819 


2 330 


226 


263 


2 664 


705 


494 


506 


277 


496 


117 


69 


14 212 


11 843 


1 247 


1 122 


12 019 


3 844 


2 125 


2 672 


2 047 


945 


81 


305 


200 505 


183 627 


11 446 


5 432 


93 102 


12 115 


8 809 


14 341 


11 558 


35 110 


10 244 


925 


116 738 


110 908 


3 660 


2 170 


31 581 


4 308 


1 955 


3 116 


4 687 


12 076 


5 183 


256 


273 848 


250 452 


15 504 


7 892 


113 038 


22 581 


15 424 


18 981 


13 884 


33 142 


7 569 


1 457 


78 254 


67 834 


7 269 


3 151 


71 417 


9 749 


9 834 


13 808 


9 562 


22 125 


5 495 


844 


195 594 


182 618 


8 235 


4 741 


41 621 


12 832 


5 590 


5 173 


4 322 


11 017 


2 074 


613 


289 657 


263 192 


18 106 


8 359 


144 658 


25 379 


20 638 


26 238 


19 324 


39 795 


11 568 


1 716 


187 778 


171 160 


14 832 


1 786 


104 116 


15 567 


18 353 


22 982 


14 314 


25 858 


6 689 


353 


7 426 


4 604 


252 


2 570 


2 742 


969 


174 


322 


260 


390 


100 


527 


38 802 


35 891 


1 592 


1 319 


25 658 


1 963 


1 327 


2 285 


4 179 


11 540 


4 176 


188 


51 339 


47 508 


1 284 


2 547 


9 505 


5 903 


688 


487 


271 


1 197 


315 


644 


4 312 


4 029 


146 


137 


2 637 


977 


96 


162 


300 


810 


288 


4 


288 996 


262 640 


18 063 


8 293 


144 210 


24 940 


20 644 


26 230 


19 329 


39 800 


11 557 


1 710 


179 040 


163 826 


14 549 


665 


99 805 


14 680 


17 891 


22 411 


13 719 


24 295 


6 551 


258 


6 599 


5 385 


335 


879 


3 258 


1 251 


275 


356 


390 


643 


167 


176 


101 036 


91 257 


3 093 


6 686 


39 352 


8 743 


2 398 


3 338 


5 039 


14 175 


4 407 


1 252 


2 182 


2 035 


86 


61 - 


1 279 


232 


66 


105 


86 


503 


264 


23 


139 


137 


- 


2 


516 


34 


14 


20 


95 


184 


168 


1 


248 585 


230 012 


11 907 


6 666 


72 553 


19 621 


12 132 


11 495 


8 607 


16 064 


3 453 


1 181 


128 748 


120 158 


4 639 


3 951 


38 827 


12 764 


6 783 


5 710 


4 565 


7 093 


1 007 


905 


49 410 


45 352 


1 835 


2 223 


22 919 


6 622 


4 086 


3 439 


2 896 


4 661 


581 


634 


20 648 


18 079 


1 780 


789 


16 819 


3 261 


3 371 


3 172 


2 428 


3 531 


744 


312 


8 714 


7 569 


655 


490 


11 770 


2 361 


2 322 


2 270 


1 741 


2 405 


396 


275 


1 463 


1 192 


150 


121 


5 183 


824 


1 049 


1 071 


835 


1 122 


124 


158 


41 114 


33 211 


6 199 


1 704 


72 279 


5 772 


8 517 


14 760 


10 769 


23 796 


8 122 


543 


12 748 


10 615 


1 217 


916 


24 999 


4 188 


4 012 


5 060 


4 282 


5 023 


1 941 


493 


4.4 


4.0 


6.7 


10.9 


17.3 


16.5 


19.4 


19.3 


22.1 


12.6 


16.8 


28.6 



121-20 CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 



METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



Toble A— 22. Owner- and Renter-Occupied Housing Units With a White Householder by Size of Household: 1980 

[Dato ore estimates based on o sample, see Introduction. For meaning of symbols, see Introduction. For definitions of terms, see appendixes A ond 8] 



The SMSA 



Owner- occupied housing units 

Nonrelotives present 

ROOMS 

I to 3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 rooms 

8 or more rooms 

Median 

PLUMBING FACILITIES BY PERSONS PER ROOM 

Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

I 00 or less 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

Ladling complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1 .00 or less 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 



UNITS IN STRUCTURE 

1, detached or attached 

2 or more 

Mobile home or trailer, etc. 

VALUE 

Specified owner-occupied housing units 

Less than $10,000 

$10,000 to $19,999 

$20,000 to $29,999 

$30,000 to $39,999 

$40,000 to $49.999 

$50,000 to $59,999 

$60,000 to $79,999 

$80,000 to $99,999 

$100,000 to $149,999 

$150,000 or more 

Median 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

All income levels in 1979 

Medion income 

Median selected monthly owner costs as percentage of 

household income 

With a mortgage 

Not mortgaged 

Income in 1979 below poverty level 

Median income 

Medion selected monthly owner costs as percentage of 

household income 

With a mortgoge 

Not mortgaged 



Renter-occupied housing units 

Nonrelotives present 



ROOMS 

1 room 

2 rooms 

3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 or more rooms . 
Median 



PLUMBING FACILITIES BY PERSONS PER ROOM 
Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1.00 or less 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

Lacking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1.00 or less 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 



UNITS IN STRUQURE 

1, detached or attached _. 
2. 



3 and 4 

5 to 9 

10 to 49 

50 or more 

Mobile home or trailer, etc. 

GROSS RENT 

Specified renter-occupied housing units. 

Less thon $100 

$100 to $149 _ 

$150 to $199 

$200 to $249 

$250 to $299 

$300 to $349 

$350 to $399 

$400 to $499 

$500 or more 

No cash rent 

Median 



SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

All income levels in 1979 

Median income 

Median gross rent os percentage of household income 
Income in 1979 below poverty level 

Median income 

Median gross rent os percentage of household income . 



Total 



289 699 

6 609 

5 487 
26 104 
69 744 
79 900 

53 734 

54 730 
6.0 

287 105 

280 653 

5 748 

704 

2 594 

2 402 

160 

32 

263 223 
18 106 
8 370 

240 534 

2 640 
12 455 

25 650 

40 039 
47 478 
36 882 

41 600 
16 705 
12 446 

4 639 
$48 300 

289 699 

$23 012 

16.0 

18.2 

10.4 

12 748 

$3 223 

50 + 
50+ 
47.8 

144 832 

11 539 

4 367 

12 671 

41 830 

42 711 

26 452 

10 397 

6 404 
3.8 

140 453 

135 347 

3 871 
1 235 

4 379 

4 048 
252 

79 

25 393 
20 649 

26 255 
19 376 
39 860 

11 575 
1 724 

140 670 

7 877 
15 946 
30 989 
32 518 
23 656 
11 800 

5 598 



1 person 



965 

684 

637 

$220 



144 832 

$11 783 

23.0 

24 999 

$3 150 
50-1 



37 612 



2 904 

7 831 
12 370 

8 746 

3 608 
2 153 

5.2 

36 776 

36 776 



836 

836 



30 469 
5 562 
1 581 

27 149 
791 

028 
132 
825 
977 
157 
542 
854 
623 
220 
$37 900 



2 persons 



37 612 

$8 797 

23.3 

28.1 

21.0 

4 959 

$2 638 

50 + 
50 + 
48.8 

63 001 



4 015 
9 644 

26 493 
15 040 

5 867 
1 281 

661 
3.2 

60 845 

60 845 



2 156 

2 156 



4 404 
7 303 

13 410 
9 416 

20 529 

7 468 

471 

62 294 

5 939 

10 040 
17 508 
13 952 

7 138 

3 163 

1 149 

883 

711 

1 811 

$190 

63 001 

$8 558 
26.0 

11 809 

$2500- 
50 + 



90 020 

2 915 

I 872 
10 741 
26 510 
25 618 
14 641 
10 638 
5.7 

89 234 

89 208 

26 
786 

786 



81 568 
5 956 

2 496 

73 838 

914 
4 237 
8 604 
13 263 
15 284 

10 977 

11 922 
4 294 

3 143 
1 200 

$46 500 

90 020 

$20 671 



14.3 
18.3 
10.5 
890 

114 



3 persons 



50+ 
50 + 
47.3 

41 452 

7 706 

265 
2 337 
10 853 
14 595 
9 497 

2 668 
1 237 

4.0 

40 450 

40 204 

246 
1 002 

983 

19 

6 415 

6 419 

7 261 
5 550 

12 378 

3 050 
379 

40 333 

1 025 

3 454 

7 902 
10 231 

8 464 

4 230 
1 452 
1 397 

898 
1 280 
$235 



41 452 

$14 642 

19.6 

5 290 

$3 328 
50 + 



56 096 

1 300 

401 
4 003 
13 266 
16 827 
11 561 
10 038 
6.1 

55 697 

55 675 

13 

9 

399 

392 

7 

51 437 

2 834 

1 825 

47 162 

315 

2 100 
4 320 
7 790 

10 013 

7 831 

8 421 

3 106 
2 394 

872 
$49 000 

56 096 

$25 264 

14.9 
18.0 
10- 

1 442 

$3 241 

50 + 
50+ 
50 + 

20 021 

2 186 



4 persons 



55 
456 
040 
785 
135 
303 
247 
4.3 



19 472 

18 995 
427 

50 
549 
515 

29 
5 

5 028 
3 567 

3 131 

2 607 

4 548 
734 
406 

19 326 

432 
219 
177 
893 
323 
241 
261 
905 
298 
577 
$246 

20 021 

$14 492 
21.3 

3 215 

$3 538 
50 + 



56 257 

923 

139 
2 328 
10 288 
15 629 

13 225 

14 648 
6.5 

55 996 

55 862 

121 

13 

261 

256 

5 



52 922 
1 964 
1 371 

49 077 

210 
1 348 

3 726 

7 081 
9 436 

8 548 

10 101 

4 352 
3 175 
1 100 

$52 600 

56 257 

$26 612 

16.7 

18.0 

10- 

1 439 

$4 097 

50 + 
50 + 
45.3 

11 522 

883 

7 

177 

965 

3 660 

3 458 
1 936 

1 319 
4.8 

11 174 

10 123 
887 
164 
348 
250 
78 
20 

4 550 

2 031 
1 538 
1 147 
1 760 

209 
287 



10 789 

269 
717 

1 449 

2 023 
2 380 

1 332 
867 
822 
401 
529 

$263 

11 522 

$15 510 
21.3 

2 383 

$4 254 
50 + 



5 persons 



29 615 
656 

89 

792 

4 798 

8 230 
6 344 

9 362 
6.6 

29 483 

28 668 
728 

87 

132 

66 

64 

2 

27 890 
982 
743 

25 920 

207 
831 

2 239 

3 560 

4 716 
3 972 

5 379 
2 520 
1 825 

671 
$53 000 

29 615 

$27 082 

16.6 
17.8 
10- 
964 

$5 350 

50 + 
50 + 
35.8 

5 296 

393 



13 
34 

329 
25 
633 

187 
975 
5.2 



6 persons 



12 218 

441 



1 1 



5 103 

3 691 

1 058 
354 
193 
104 

67 
22 

2 765 
818 
644 
429 
471 

61 
108 

4 733 

128 
316 
528 
853 
803 
594 
554 
535 
218 
204 
$277 

5 296 

$15 936 

22.1 

1 174 

$5 222 
49.1 



56 
243 
737 
063 
642 
477 
6.9 



12 116 

10 128 
1 938 

50 
102 

54 

42 

6 

11 525 
435 
258 

10 610 

126 

461 

917 

1 523 

1 887 

1 489 

2 123 
956 
781 
347 

$52 400 

12 218 

$29 728 

14.9 
16.3 
10- 
512 

$7 1)4 

50 + 
50 + 
41.3 

2 174 

192 



21 
70 
350 
527 
630 
576 
5.7 

2 085 

1 171 
823 
91 
89 
35 
54 



1 314 
360 
151 
123 
119 
45 
62 

1 982 

49 
113 
281 
348 
308 
139 
190 
286 

98 

170 

$268 

2 174 

$14 427 

24.2 

688 

$6 176 

47.8 



7 persons 



5 404 
242 

26 

106 

564 

1 222 

1 242 

2 244 
7.1 



350 

483 
750 
117 

54 
3 

36 
15 



5 105 

235 

64 



4 679 

49 
262 
447 
725 
792 
650 
767 
464 
363 
160 
$50 700 

5 404 

$30 531 

14.6 
15.8 
10- 
390 
$7 753 

45.5 
50+ 
22.3 

1 002 

116 



2 
52 
112 
278 
279 
279 
57 

977 

274 
541 
162 

25 
5 

16 



648 
73 

120 

94 

48 

8 

11 

890 

25 
68 
100 
187 
169 
82 
91 
98 
42 
28 
$266 

1 002 

$17 300 

19.4 

291 

$7 430 

40.0 



8 or more 
persons 



2 477 
132 



60 
211 
565 
471 

1 170 
7.4 

2 453 

853 

1 198 
402 

24 
9 

13 
2 

2 307 
138 

32 

2 099 

28 

188 
265 
272 
373 
258 
345 
159 
142 
69 
$47 700 

2 477 

$32 630 

13.2 

14.7 

10- 

152 

$8 446 

39.8 

48.8 

11.3 



364 

63 



28 
44 
57 
113 
110 
5.9 

347 

44 
135 
168 

17 



269 
78 



323 

10 
19 
44 
31 
71 
19 
34 
39 
18 
38 
$287 

364 

$14 936 
21.1 
149 

$8 401 
36.6 



Median 



2.81 

280 

1.44 
1.99 
2.35 
2.83 
3.25 
381 



2.81 

2.76 
6.54 
7.76 
2.09 
1.96 
5.76 
6.57 

2.88 
2.09 
2.56 

2.91 

2.08 
2.26 
2.39 
2.62 
2.85 
3.05 
3.25 
3.52 
3.52 
3.52 



2.81 



1.99 



1.73 
2.25 

1.04 
1.16 
1.29 
1.93 
2.27 
3.04 
3.54 



1.73 

1.67 
5.09 
4.94 
1.53 
1.44 
4.78 
4.27 

2.87 
1.97 
1.48 
1.55 
1.47 
1.27 
253 

1.70 

1.16 
1.29 
1.38 
1.73 
2.05 
2 15 
2.66 
2.72 
2.20 
1.90 



1.73 
1.63 



Total persons 



899 354 

22 717 

10 119 
58 867 
187 609 
246 448 
182 323 
213 988 



892 611 

849 290 
37 945 

5 376 

6 743 
5 599 

955 
189 

823 420 
51 360 
24 574 

750 956 

7 135 
33 005 
70 380 

115 820 
145 498 
119 153 
139 858 
59 965 
42 797 
17 345 



899 354 



296 376 

29 662 

4 877 

16 221 
62 399 
88 946 
66 142 
34 284 
23 507 



287 379 

261 846 
19 329 

6 204 
8 997 

7 416 
1 234 

347 

78 926 
45 073 
47 233 
35 371 
68 264 
17 064 
4 445 

283 120 

11 386 
24 888 
52 898 
63 774 
52 741 
27 549 
16 072 
15 138 
7 366 
11 308 



296 376 



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METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



Table A —24. Age and Sex of Householder in One-Person Households for Owner- and Renter-Occupied Housing Units 
With a White Householder: 1980 



The SMSA 



Owner-occupied housing units 

PLUMBING FACILITIES 

Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

Locking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

UNITS IN STRUCTURE 

I, detached or ottoched 

2 or more 

Mobile home or trailer, etc. 

HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1979 

Less than $5.000 

$5,000 to $9,999 

$10,000 to $12.499 

$12,500 to $14,999 

$15,000 to $19,999 

$20,000 to $24,999 

$25,000 to $34,999 

$35,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 or more 

Median 

Mean 

MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED MONTHLY 
OWNER COSTS 

Specified owner-occupied housing units 

With a mortgage 

Less than $200 

$200 to $249 

$250 to $299 

$300 to $349 

$350 to $399 

$400 to $499 

$500 to $599 

$600 to $749 

$750 or more 

Median 

Not mortgaged 

Less than $50 

$50 to $74 

$75 to $99 

$100 to $124 

$125 to $149 

$150 to $199 

$200 to $249 

$250 or more 

Median 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

Median selected monthly owner costs as percentage of 

household income in 1979 

With o mortgoge 

Not mortgaged 

Income in 1979 below poverty level 

Percent below poverty level 

Renter-occupied housing units 

PLUMBING FACILITIES 

Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

Lacking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

UNITS IN STRUCTURE 

1, detached or attoched 

2 

3 and 4 

5 to 9 

10 to 49 

50 or more 

Mobile home or trailer, etc. 

HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1979 

Less than $5.000 

$5,000 to $9,999 

$10,000 to $12,499 

$12,500 to $14,999 

$15,000 to $19.999 

$20,000 to $24,999 

$25,000 to $34,999 

$35,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 or more 

Median 

Mean 

GROSS RENT 

Specified renter-occupied housing units 

Less than $100 

$100 to $149 

$150 to $199 

$200 to $249 

$250 to $299 

$300 to $349 

$350 to $399 

$400 to $499 

$500 or more 

No cosh rent 

Median 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

Median gross rent as percentage of household income in 

1979 

Income in 1979 below poverty level 

Percent below poverty level 



(Oota are estimates bosed on o 


sample, see 


Introduction. 


For meaning 


of symbols. 


see Introduction. For definitions of terms 


see append 


xes A and 8] 








Male householder 


Female householder 




1 5 to 24 


25 to 34 


35 to 44 


45 to 64 


65 years 




15 to 24 


25 to 34 


35 to 44 


45 to 64 


65 yeors 


Total 


Total 


years 


years 


years 


years 


and over 


Totol 


years 


yeors 


yeors 


years 


and over 


37 612 


11 909 


539 


2 921 


1 570 


3 292 


3 587 


25 703 


200 


1 130 


798 


8 067 


15 508 


36 776 


11 542 


518 


2 877 


1 546 


3 180 


3 421 


25 234 


200 


1 130 


798 


7 975 


15 131 


836 


367 


21 


44 


24 


112 


166 


469 


- 


- 


- 


92 


377 


30 469 


9 203 


335 


2 093 


1 200 


2 582 


2 993 


21 266 


132 


823 


635 


6 738 


12 938 


5 562 


1 977 


130 


680 


294 


460 


413 


3 585 


53 


244 


100 


973 


2 215 


1 581 


729 


74 


148 


76 


250 


181 


852 


15 


63 


63 


356 


355 


10 326 


1 713 


87 


139 


81 


306 


1 100 


8 613 


6 


61 


96 


1 782 


6 668 


10 641 


2 171 


74 


211 


59 


448 


1 379 


8 470 


84 


144 


116 


2 414 


5 712 


3 577 


1 053 


95 


284 


41 


303 


330 


2 524 


42 


177 


106 


1 096 


1 103 


2 449 


890 


62 


289 


142 


198 


199 


1 559 


14 


151 


56 


736 


602 


4 638 


2 206 


135 


803 


364 


634 


270 


2 432 


33 


353 


292 


1 074 


680 


2 621 


1 628 


49 


595 


367 


499 


118 


993 


21 


158 


94 


471 


249 


1 951 


1 355 


26 


421 


280 


542 


86 


596 


- 


69 


30 


274 


223 


894 


566 


11 


125 


177 


196 


57 


328 


_ 


17 


6 


157 


148 


515 


327 


- 


54 


59 


166 


48 


188 


- 


- 


2 


63 


123 


$8 797 


$15 256 


$13 044 


$18 201 


$20 965 


$17 767 


$7 200 


$7 111 


$10 595 


$15 388 


$15 443 


$9 683 


$5 721 


$12 053 


$17 294 


$13 259 


$19 137 


$23 618 


$21 119 


$10 119 


$9 625 


$11 528 


$15 426 


$14 472 


$11 428 


$7 990 


27 149 


7 856 


284 


1 811 


1 009 


2 176 


2 576 


19 293 


118 


728 


554 


6 076 


11 817 


8 964 


4 204 


231 


1 648 


840 


1 174 


311 


4 760 


84 


672 


454 


2 312 


1 238 


1 448 


450 


37 


92 


40 


183 


98 


998 


10 


7 


26 


482 


473 


1 630 


545 


13 


165 


105 


195 


67 


1 085 


14 


73 


75 


634 


289 


1 410 


598 


17 


193 


113 


204 


71 


812 


11 


88 


116 


421 


176 


1 140 


556 


52 


201 


112 


153 


38 


584 


12 


108 


78 


288 


98 


886 


427 


16 


248 


82 


62 


19 


459 


3 


135 


87 


170 


64 


1 083 


670 


27 


325 


101 


205 


12 


413 


22 


119 


58 


148 


66 


714 


478 


62 


213 


112 


91 


- 


236 


12 


89 


12 


93 


30 


418 


309 


7 


150 


90 


56 


6 


109 


- 


42 


2 


41 


24 


235 


171 


- 


61 


85 


25 


- 


64 


- 


11 


- 


35 


18 


$300 


$346 


$347 


$385 


$380 


$302 


$243 


$268 


$329 


$372 


$306 


$255 


$225 


18 185 


3 652 


53 


163 


169 


1 002 


2 265 


14 533 


34 


56 


100 


3 764 


10 579 


196 


105 


- 


- 


- 


27 


78 


91 


- 


- 


_ 


15 


76 


1 172 


228 


6 


14 


22 


61 


125 


944 


11 


_ 


_ 


121 


812 


3 623 


827 


19 


28 


28 


176 


576 


2 796 


- 


5 


7 


485 


2 299 


4 594 


831 


13 


43 


50 


193 


532 


3 763 


10 


6 


49 


960 


2 738 


3 907 


790 


- 


39 


51 


286 


414 


3 117 


13 


17 


15 


927 


2 145 


3 338 


610 


15 


27 


18 


200 


350 


2 728 


- 


15 


14 


889 


1 810 


799 


148 


- 


10 


- 


37 


101 


651 


- 


13 


7 


246 


385 


556 


113 


- 


2 


- 


22 


89 


443 


- 


- 


8 


121 


314 


$122 


$120 


$103 


$123 


$117 


$129 


$117 


$123 


$115 


$150 


$122 


$133 


$119 


23.3 


20.1 


28.3 


24.7 


19.6 


14.8 


19.8 


24.6 


30.4 


29.6 


25.0 


21.6 


25.6 


28.1 


239 


29.9 


25.5 


22.1 


18.9 


41.5 


32.8 


33.1 


30.3 


26.6 


29.2 


50 + 


21.0 


14.5 


26.0 


13.3 


10- 


10- 


18.3 


22.4 


16.8 


14.5 


14.8 


17.5 


24.2 


4 959 


832 


44 


112 


70 


204 


402 


4 127 


6 


51 


61 


1 360 


2 649 


13.2 


7.0 


8.2 


3.8 


4.5 


6.2 


11.2 


16.1 


3.0 


4.5 


7.6 


16.9 


17 1 


63 001 


23 857 


4 897 


8 040 


2 878 


4 634 


3 408 


39 144 


4 777 


6 811 


2 169 


8 272 


17 115 


60 845 


22 724 


4 757 


7 781 


2 738 


4 259 


3 189 


38 121 


4 698 


6 674 


2 154 


8 048 


16 547 


2 156 


1 133 


140 


259 


140 


375 


219 


1 023 


79 


137 


15 


224 


568 


4 404 


1 788 


322 


519 


230 


428 


289 


2 616 


192 


238 


106 


730 


1 350 


7 303 


2 432 


433 


887 


276 


465 


371 


4 871 


412 


759 


217 


1 038 


2 445 


13 410 


4 342 


887 


1 323 


536 


857 


739 


9 068 


851 


1 333 


374 


2 112 


4 398 


9 416 


3 858 


794 


1 265 


509 


718 


572 


5 558 


763 


989 


408 


1 340 


2 058 


20 529 


8 655 


2 030 


3 341 


1 021 


1 537 


726 


11 874 


2 185 


2 939 


911 


2 333 


3 506 


7 468 


2 466 


376 


637 


252 


551 


650 


5 002 


368 


553 


153 


677 


3 251 


471 


316 


55 


68 


54 


78 


61 


155 


6 


- 


- 


42 


107 


19 021 


5 024 


1 081 


893 


364 


1 133 


1 553 


13 997 


1 084 


658 


456 


2 609 


9 190 


17 111 


5 371 


1 486 


1 488 


401 


936 


1 060 


11 740 


2 187 


1 609 


474 


2 492 


4 978 


8 020 


3 014 


843 


1 217 


237 


444 


273 


5 006 


818 


1 738 


425 


1 037 


988 


5 296 


2 268 


592 


978 


290 


315 


93 


3 028 


309 


1 204 


177 


710 


628 


7 579 


4 115 


650 


1 999 


619 


626 


221 


3 464 


293 


1 306 


422 


837 


606 


2 988 


1 960 


185 


887 


360 


463 


65 


1 028 


57 


186 


118 


337 


330 


1 903 


1 344 


51 


464 


362 


424 


43 


559 


8 


87 


84 


162 


218 


604 


432 


9 


55 


162 


167 


39 


172 


- 


23 


13 


48 


88 


479 


329 


- 


59 


83 


126 


61 


150 


21 


- 


- 


40 


89 


$8 558 


$11 272 


$9 640 


$13 579 


$16 001 


$11 396 


$5 542 


$7 207 


$8 071 


$11 638 


$10 909 


$7 859 


$4 788 


$10 324 


$13 043 


$9 781 


$14 036 


$18 232 


$14 757 


$8 674 


$8 666 


$8 450 


$11 692 


$11 252 


$9 292 


$6 892 


62 294 


23 486 


4 836 


7 934 


2 843 


4 539 


3 334 


38 808 


4 744 


6 802 


2 161 


8 189 


16 912 


5 939 


2 047 


152 


208 


198 


691 


798 


3 892 


83 


131 


77 


772 


2 829 


10 040 


3 620 


603 


758 


391 


1 044 


824 


6 420 


395 


431 


225 


1 715 


3 654 


17 508 


6 146 


1 526 


2 089 


599 


1 148 


784 


11 362 


1 820 


1 998 


552 


2 400 


4 592 


13 952 


5 342 


1 421 


2 126 


647 


766 


382 


8 610 


1 447 


2 304 


776 


1 644 


2 439 


7 138 


3 041 


692 


1 397 


444 


319 


189 


4 097 


589 


1 167 


293 


789 


1 259 


3 163 


1 430 


209 


715 


251 


200 


55 


1 733 


197 


483 


144 


325 


584 


1 149 


539 


75 


290 


80 


73 


21 


610 


54 


123 


36 


168 


229 


883 


388 


55 


145 


94 


66 


28 


495 


42 


61 


45 


88 


259 


711 


223 


8 


47 


37 


44 


87 


488 


26 


22 


- 


76 


364 


1 811 


710 


95 


159 


102 


188 


166 


1 101 


91 


82 


13 


212 


703 


$190 


$197 


$203 


$221 


$211 


$171 


$148 


$187 


$201 


$216 


$215 


$180 


$168 


26.0 


21.4 


26.2 


20.0 


16.4 


18.0 


28.1 


29.1 


30.6 


23.1 


23.1 


27.4 


35.5 


11 809 


3 266 


868 


665 


276 


789 


668 


8 543 


849 


490 


404 


2 125 


4 675 


18.7 


13.7 


17.7 


8.3 


96 


17.0 


19.6 


21.8 


178 


7.2 


18.6 


25 7 


27,3 



METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 121-23 



Table A -25. Value of Owner-Occupied Housing Units With a Black Householder: 1980 



The SMSA 



Specified owner-occupied housing units 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND AOE OF HOUSEHOLDER 

Married-couple families 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 To 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Male householder, no wife present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Female householder, no husband present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Median age 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

1979 to March 1980 

1975 to 1978 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1959 or earlier 

ROOMS 

1 to 3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 rooms 

8 or more rooms 

Medion 

BEDROOMS 

None 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 or more 

YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT 

1975 to March 1980 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1950 to 1959 

1940 to 1949 

1939 or earlier 

HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1979 

Less thon $5,000 

$5,000 to $9,999 

$10,000 to $12.499 

$12,500 to $14,999 

$15,000 to $19,999 

$20,000 to $24.999 

$25,000 to $34,999 

$35,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 or more 

Medion 

Mean 

MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED MONTHLY 
OWNER COSTS AS PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD 
INCOME IN 1979 

With a mortgage 

Less than 15 percent 

15 to 19 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 

Not mortgaged 

Less thon 10 percent 

10 to 14 percent 

15 to 19 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

] .01 or more persons per room 

Lacking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1 01 or more persons per room 

Heating equipment 

Central heating system 

Air conditioning 

Central system 

Income in 1979 below poverty level 

Percent below poverty level 



[Dato are estimotes based on a sample, see Introduction 


For meaning of symbols 


see Introduction. For definitions of terms, see appendixes A and 8 










$10,000 


$20,000 


$30,000 


$40,000 


$50,000 


$60,000 


$80,000 


$100,000 










Less thon 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


$150,000 


Medion 


Meon 


Total 


$10,000 


$19,999 


$29,999 


$39,999 


$49,999 


$59,999 


$79,999 


$99,999 


$149,999 


or more 


(dollars) 


(dollars) 


16 483 


400 


1 956 


3 244 


3 951 


3 395 


1 642 


1 474 


317 


85 


19 


36 800 


38 600 


11 046 


116 


1 054 


1 914 


2 653 


2 530 


1 225 


1 197 


255 


85 


19 


39 200 


41 300 


125 


- 


11 


8 


45 


33 


22 


- 


6 


- 


- 


39 700 


40 700 


1 733 


6 


58 


146 


416 


529 


247 


287 


28 


9 


7 


44 800 


46 900 


2 769 


12 


143 


310 


639 


684 


420 


395 


127 


34 


5 


44 300 


46 900 


4 738 


56 


461 


1 063 


1 154 


1 000 


481 


386 


94 


36 


7 


36 900 


39 200 


1 683 


42 


381 


387 


399 


284 


55 


129 


- 


6 


- 


30 700 


32 500 


1 407 


70 


191 


313 


391 


206 


135 


67 


34 


- 


- 


33 400 


34 600 


43 


- 


- 


16 


13 


14 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


32 100 


32 600 


197 


- 


18 


48 


62 


25 


15 


26 


3 


- 


- 


35 100 


38 500 


286 


13 


15 


48 


92 


30 


57 


21 


10 


- 


- 


38 400 


40 200 


539 


26 


94 


103 


130 


114 


35 


16 


21 


- 


- 


33 400 


34 400 


342 


31 


64 


98 


94 


23 


28 


4 


- 


- 


- 


26 800 


28 300 


4 028 


214 


711 


1 017 


907 


659 


282 


210 


28 


- 


- 


30 700 


32 300 


8 


- 


- 


8 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


26 300 


26 300 


381 


13 


27 


72 


104 


78 


28 


48 


11 


- 


- 


37 500 


39 200 


850 


18 


79 


174 


244 


181 


94 


53 


7 


- 


- 


34 900 


36 800 


1 849 


109 


300 


512 


386 


337 


112 


87 


6 


- 


- 


30 100 


32 000 


940 


74 


305 


251 


173 


63 


48 


22 


4 


- 


- 


22 400 


26 300 


49.8 


61.7 


59.1 


54.7 


48.6 


46.3 


43.8 


43.4 


41.6 


44.9 


42.5 






1 370 


6 


94 


172 


295 


325 


185 


227 


42 


24 




43 200 


45 900 


3 610 


57 


214 


491 


795 


871 


482 


552 


110 


26 


12 


43 000 


44 900 


3 815 


40 


340 


620 


1 019 


910 


440 


336 


87 


23 


- 


38 900 


40 400 


5 033 


86 


643 


1 230 


1 297 


989 


415 


276 


78 


12 


7 


34 900 


36 300 


2 655 


211 


665 


731 


545 


300 


120 


83 


- 


- 


- 


25 500 


27 800 


245 


42 


71 


65 


29 


29 




9 








20 500 


23 100 


929 


117 


280 


287 


174 


56 


12 


3 


- 


_ 


_ 


21 600 


22 900 


3 824 


126 


667 


977 


1 174 


659 


137 


84 


- 


- 


_ 


31 100 


30 900 


4 867 


78 


592 


1 045 


1 283 


1 140 


402 


304 


16 


- 


7 


35 900 


36 500 


3 290 


12 


186 


490 


741 


872 


566 


380 


26 


17 


- 


42 700 


42 900 


3 328 


25 


160 


380 


550 


639 


525 


694 


275 


68 


12 


48 900 


51 600 


6.2 


4.8 


5.4 


5.8 


6.0 


6.3 


7.0 


7.4 


8.4 


8.2 


8.5 + 






457 


78 


143 


123 


72 


32 


- 


9 


- 


- 


- 


20 300 


22 300 


3 907 


209 


841 


1 014 


962 


534 


233 


108 


- 


6 


- 


28 300 


29 900 


8 177 


87 


681 


1 577 


2 179 


1 948 


893 


699 


87 


26 


- 


38 100 


39 200 


3 206 


26 


206 


443 


491 


792 


418 


596 


192 


35 


7 


45 800 


48 000 


736 


- 


85 


87 


247 


89 


98 


62 


38 


18 


12 


38 400 


45 800 


665 


6 


8 


6 


26 


99 


117 


314 


73 


16 




63 400 


63 100 


832 


7 


27 


30 


132 


251 


155 


180. 


37 


13 


_ 


49 100 


51 800 


2 775 


5 


78 


198 


835 


860 


384 


350 


59 


6 


- 


42 800 


44 700 


2 693 


27 


186 


440 


799 


647 


320 


213 


25 


24 


12 


38 400 


41 000 


2 889 


41 


318 


749 


774 


555 


267 


147 


24 


14 


- 


35 200 


36 000 


6 629 


314 


1 339 


1 821 


1 385 


983 


399 


270 


99 


12 


7 


29 000 


32 000 


1 484 


126 


392 


398 


270 


183 


77 


32 




6 




26 100 


27 800 


1 830 


95 


419 


442 


469 


245 


64 


89 


7 


- 


- 


27 700 


30 000 


1 152 


44 


178 


308 


284 


181 


84 


62 


11 


- 


- 


31 300 


33 000 


1 115 


17 


177 


304 


319 


178 


95 


25 


- 


- 


- 


31 600 


32 300 


2 512 


62 


248 


665 


683 


533 


169 


123 


29 


- 


- 


34 300 


35 500 


2 469 


21 


222 


496 


710 


583 


212 


184 


35 


6 


- 


37 200 


38 300 


3 504 


23 


186 


420 


804 


928 


530 


484 


94 


35 


- 


43 500 


45 100 


2 097 


12 


134 


205 


349 


485 


358 


436 


98 


6 


14 


47 100 


49 200 


320 


- 


- 


6 


63 


79 


53 


39 


43 


32 


5 


52 100 


62 600 


$20 297 


$8 581 


$12 346 


$16 107 


$19 652 


$23 024 


$26 695 


$29 640 


$33 163 


$33 477 


$37 513 






$22 197 


$11 054 


$14 515 


$17 139 


$23 796 


$23 973 


$26 692 


$29 154 


$34 605 


$38 946 


$51 196 






12 819 


96 


1 022 


2 294 


3 266 


2 949 


1 451 


1 339 


307 


76 


19 


39 200 


41 400 


3 579 


32 


327 


635 


896 


893 


376 


283 


94 


31 


12 


38 800 


40 900 


2 651 


26 


144 


428 


677 


668 


325 


324 


53 


6 


- 


40 900 


42 500 


1 896 


5 


91 


328 


514 


434 


210 


237 


71 


6 


- 


40 300 


43 500 


1 394 


13 


87 


142 


388 


290 


191 


226 


37 


13 


7 


41 900 


45 200 


967 


4 


67 


237 


220 


229 


132 


61 


11 


6 


- 


37 300 


39 100 


2 248 


16 


306 


482 


550 


426 


211 


208 


41 


8 


- 


35 800 


37 900 


84 


- 


- 


42 


21 


9 


6 


- 


- 


6 


- 


30 000 


38 800 


20.4 


18.1 


22.2 


21.0 


20.5 


19.3 


20.5 


21.3 


20.5 


18.3 


14.0 






3 664 


304 


934 


950 


685 


446 


191 


135 


10 


9 


_ 


25 800 


28 600 


989 


52 


208 


261 


173 


139 


82 


55 


10 


9 


- 


28 900 


32 700 


689 


21 


173 


217 


124 


87 


51 


16 


- 


- 


- 


26 600 


29 500 


458 


43 


103 


103 


102 


83 


12 


12 


- 


- 


- 


26 700 


28 700 


353 


39 


79 


101 


74 


40 


4 


16 


- 


- 


- 


25 800 


26 600 


221 


17 


77 


40 


32 


33 


7 


15 


- 


- 


- 


21 600 


28 000 


177 


14 


73 


34 


44 


7 


2 


3 


_ 


- 


- 


20 500 


23 300 


734 


109 


204 


186 


136 


48 


33 


18 


_ 


- 


- 


21 900 


25 000 


43 


9 


17 


8 


_ 


9 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


16 100 


21 500 


16.4 


24.0 


18.8 


14.8 


17.2 


14.6 


11.3 


13.9 


10- 


10- 


- 






16 419 


385 


1 923 


3 234 


3 950 


3 390 


1 642 


1 474 


317 


85 


19 


36 800 


38 600 


787 


29 


139 


223 


198 


156 


9 


33 


_ 


- 


- 


30 100 


30 800 


64 


15 


33 


10 


1 


5 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


15 700 


17 200 


21 


- 


11 


10 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


17 300 


19 100 


16 483 


400 


1 956 


3 244 


3 951 


3 395 


1 642 


1 474 


317 


85 


19 


36 800 


38 600 


15 686 


243 


1 763 


3 111 


3 792 


3 299 


1 613 


1 451 


310 


85 


19 


37 300 


39 200 


10 283 


84 


795 


1 644 


2 419 


2 449 


1 307 


1 237 


270 


66 


12 


40 800 


42 600 


5 461 


7 


160 


466 


1 140 


1 412 


988 


995 


215 


66 


12 


47 000 


49 300 


1 536 


123 


385 


425 


276 


227 


65 


29 


_ 


6 


- 


26 100 


28 000 


9.3 


30.8 


19.7 


13.1 


7.0 


6.7 


4.0 


2.0 


- 


7 1 


- 







121-24 CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 



METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



Table A -26 Gross Rent of Renter-Occupied Housing Units With a Black Householder: 1980 

[Doto ore estimates based on a sample, see Introduction For meaning of symbols, see Introduction. For definitions of terms, see oppendixes A and I 

The SMSA 

Specified renter-occupied housing units 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER 
Married-couple families 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years ond over 

Male householder, no wife present 

15 to 24 yeors 

25 to 34 yeors 

35 to 44 yeors 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Female householder, no husband present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 yeors 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Median age 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

1979 to March 1980 

1975 to 1978 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1959 or eorlier 

ROOMS 

1 room 

2 rooms 

3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 or more rooms 

Median 

PLUMBING FACILITIES BY PERSONS PER ROOM 
AND POVERTY STATUS IN 1979 

All income levels in 1979 

Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

0.50 or less 

0.51 to 1.00 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

Lacking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

0.50 or less 

0.51 to 1.00 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

Income in 1979 below poverty level 

Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1.01 or more persons per room 

Locking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1 01 or more persons per room 

BEDROOMS 

None 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 or more 

UNITS IN STRUQURE 

I, detached or attached 

2 

3 and 4 

5 to 9 

10 to 49 

50 or more 

Mobile home or trailer, etc. 

YEAR STRUQURE BUILT 

1975 to March 1980 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1950 to 1959 

1940 to 1949 

1939 or earlier 

STORIES IN STRUQURE 

1 to 3 

4 or more 

With elevator 

GROSS RENT AS PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD 
INCOME IN 1979 

Less than 15 percent 

15 to 19 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 to 49 percent 

50 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

Heating equipment 

Central heating system 

Air conditioning 

Central system 





Less thon 


$100 to 


$150 to 


$200 to 


$250 to 


$300 to 


$350 to 


$400 to 


$500 or No c 


3sh Median 


Total 


$100 


$149 


$199 


$249 


$299 


$349 


$399 


$499 


more r 


ent (dollars) 


38 352 


9 518 


7 145 


8 685 


6 334 


3 273 


1 534 


705 


646 


122 J 


90 163 


7 859 


502 


1 217 


1 943 


1 839 


988 


550 


303 


341 


71 1 


05 206 


1 024 


56 


107 


323 


254 


142 


61 


33 


36 


6 


6 205 


2 564 


113 


274 


545 


704 


391 


233 


118 


140 


6 


40 227 


1 284 


36 


223 


265 


204 


204 


117 


100 


90 


38 


7 232 


1 979 


182 


357 


519 


471 


204 


100 


38 


57 


21 


30 188 


1 008 


115 


256 


291 


206 


47 


39 


14 


18 


- 


22 167 


9 130 


1 990 


2 000 


2 407 


1 418 


719 


272 


118 


75 


13 


18 160 


1 483 


126 


252 


522 


303 


168 


65 


9 


24 


- 


14 184 


2 310 


202 


413 


767 


490 


220 


118 


51 


27 


- 


22 188 


1 324 


217 


278 


359 


225 


131 


55 


46 


4 


9 


171 


2 477 


733 


673 


509 


332 


164 


20 


6 


15 


4 


21 131 


1 536 


712 


384 


250 


68 


36 


14 


6 


5 


- 


61 102 


21 363 


7 026 


3 928 


4 335 


3 077 


1 566 


712 


284 


230 


38 


67 146 


3 867 


1 231 


554 


978 


702 


234 


95 


19 


15 


8 


31 159 


5 709 


1 267 


951 


1 392 


1 055 


537 


295 


95 


82 


11 


24 177 


2 757 


630 


500 


509 


450 


407 


113 


54 


73 


11 


10 172 


5 424 


1 811 


1 262 


961 


706 


315 


166 


100 


60 


8 


35 133 


3 606 


2 087 


661 


495 


164 


73 


43 


16 


- 


- 


67 84 


38.7 


52.3 


45.2 


34.1 


33.0 


34.3 


33.0 


35.9 


35.0 


40.3 5 


5.4 


13 134 


2 409 


1 960 


2 997 


2 689 


1 474 


673 


423 


362 


69 


78 188 


13 446 


3 326 


2 346 


3 062 


2 406 


1 225 


605 


158 


195 


35 


88 167 


6 601 


2 341 


1 403 


1 488 


683 


336 


152 


73 


67 


8 


50 135 


3 695 


942 


996 


886 


456 


159 


95 


47 


18 


8 


88 145 


1 476 


500 


440 


252 


100 


79 


9 


4 


4 


2 


86 119 


1 299 


632 


365 


184 


86 


22 




6 


2 


2 


101 


4 181 


1 768 


1 067 


920 


302 


86 


25 


7 


- 


- 


6 112 


12 164 


3 807 


2 611 


3 354 


1 737 


391 


111 


46 


26 


9 


72 143 


11 994 


2 187 


1 794 


2 911 


2 795 


1 388 


580 


150 


76 


4 


09 185 


5 644 


928 


1 021 


895 


1 065 


893 


429 


190 


137 


6 


80 197 


1 957 


161 


232 


272 


231 


359 


198 


217 


187 


27 


73 258 


1 113 


35 


55 


149 


118 


134 


191 


89 


218 


74 


50 311 


3.6 


3.1 


3.3 


3.5 


3.9 


4.3 


4.6 


5.3 


5.9 


6.8 


4.6 


38 352 


9 518 


7 145 


8 685 


6 334 


3 273 


1 534 


705 


646 


122 : 


90 163 


37 189 


9 178 


6 865 


8 452 


6 165 


3 196 


1 502 


690 


638 


122 : 


81 164 


19 346 


5 177 


3 473 


4 680 


3 069 


1 511 


709 


282 


194 


28 ; 


23 160 


14 595 


3 363 


2 616 


3 083 


2 521 


1 418 


671 


387 


332 


61 


43 171 


2 503 


492 


571 


483 


484 


208 


108 


17 


98 


27 


15 166 


745 


146 


205 


206 


91 


59 


14 


4 


14 


6 


160 


1 163 


340 


280 


233 


169 


77 


32 


15 


8 


_ 


9 142 


462 


108 


93 


118 


79 


39 


14 


2 


- 


- 


9 159 


560 


199 


152 


78 


68 


24 


18 


13 


8 


- 


122 


87 


20 


26 


12 


22 


7 


- 


- 


- 


- 


147 


54 


13 


9 


25 


- 


7 


- 


- 


- 


- 


152 


16 282 


7 411 


3 107 


2 617 


1 691 


736 


321 


128 


103 


38 1 


30 109 


15 718 


7 144 


2 986 


2 556 


1 608 


718 


319 


116 


103 


38 


30 109 


1 747 


524 


424 


316 


227 


140 


60 


14 


23 


19 


143 


564 


267 


121 


61 


83 


18 


2 


12 


- 


- 


104 


67 


21 


29 


6 


4 


7 


- 


- 


- 


- 


109 


1 627 


710 


527 


237 


113 


30 




6 


2 


2 


108 


16 977 


5 369 


3 575 


4 709 


2 443 


549 


140 


60 


23 


13 


96 143 


13 743 


2 404 


1 822 


3 002 


3 021 


1 991 


902 


299 


134 


10 


58 193 


4 596 


852 


1 035 


473 


642 


538 


333 


241 


332 


31 


19 190 


1 143 


153 


175 


196 


99 


152 


119 


78 


109 


48 


14 229 


266 


30 


11 


68 


16 


13 


40 


21 


46 


18 


3 277 


4 372 


654 


597 


673 


641 


537 


422 


261 


327 


85 


75 213 


3 610 


392 


720 


835 


687 


463 


225 


127 


58 


16 


87 185 


7 351 


1 042 


1 468 


2 095 


1 535 


592 


309 


143 


102 


17 


48 178 


8 236 


2 813 


1 887 


1 769 


921 


423 


220 


76 


67 


- 


60 132 


11 125 


2 692 


1 946 


2 818 


2 126 


1 076 


282 


91 


70 


4 


20 167 


3 578 


1 907 


510 


468 


411 


182 


76 


7 


17 


- 


91 


80 


18 


17 


27 


13 


- 


- 


- 


5 


- 


156 


1 354 


328 


103 


200 


273 


203 


112 


67 


37 


6 


25 205 


3 413 


1 023 


278 


531 


632 


491 


216 


102 


110 


6 


24 191 


7 440 


1 395 


773 


2 193 


1 736 


698 


309 


134 


142 


29 


31 189 


5 986 


1 354 


1 016 


1 451 


1 174 


497 


239 


98 


119 


17 


21 172 


6 674 


1 730 


1 472 


1 484 


892 


568 


229 


94 


88 


25 


92 153 


13 485 


3 688 


3 503 


2 826 


1 627 


816 


429 


210 


150 


39 


97 142 


31 321 


5 893 


5 892 


7 658 


5 720 


2 882 


1 438 


694 


632 


122 : 


90 174 


7 031 


3 625 


1 253 


1 027 


614 


391 


96 


11 


14 


- 


97 


2 968 


1 745 


350 


413 


248 


138 


53 


7 


14 


~ 


80 


8 310 


2 032 


1 927 


2 127 


1 265 


617 


220 


49 


71 


2 


155 


5 787 


1 382 


1 003 


1 294 


1 040 


613 


211 


132 


103 


9 


174 


5 076 


1 532 


814 


1 043 


970 


311 


196 


129 


67 


14 


160 


3 845 


1 317 


585 


750 


568 


322 


157 


85 


51 


10 


152 


2 501 


759 


339 


496 


362 


268 


129 


75 


63 


10 


163 


4 136 


1 200 


835 


765 


548 


312 


257 


98 


99 


22 


153 


7 558 


1 073 


1 453 


2 070 


1 413 


806 


364 


137 


187 


55 


179 


1 139 


223 


189 


140 


168 


24 


- 


- 


5 




90 143 


24.4 


24,0 


23.4 


24 1 


24.0 


26.3 


29 5 


27.5 


32.3 


46.7 




38 277 


9 488 


7 129 


8 679 


6 327 


3 263 


1 528 


705 


646 


122 


190 163 


33 948 


8 567 


5 899 


7 672 


5 682 


3 015 


1 396 


663 


632 


112 


10 166 


13 874 


1 434 


1 368 


3 688 


3 642 


1 925 


814 


441 


383 


75 


04 205 


3 392 


470 


195 


490 


603 


600 


431 


267 


246 


49 


41 243 



METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 121-25 



Table a -27. Income and Poverty Status in 1979 of Owner-Occupied Housing Units With a Black Householder: 
1980 



The SMSA 



Owner-occupied housing units 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER 

Married-couple families 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Male householder, no wife present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 yeors 

45 to 64 yeors 

65 yeors and over 

Female householder, no husband present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 yeors 

65 yeors and over 

Median age 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

1979 to March 1980 

1975 to 1978 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1959 or earlier 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1.01 or more persons per room 

Lacking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1 .01 or more persons per room 

Heating equipment 

Central heating system 

Air conditioning 

Centrol system 

Vehicles available 

1 

2 or more 

House heating fuel 

Utility gas 

Bottled, tank, or LP gas 

Electricity 

Fuel oil, kerosene, etc. 

Other 

Median rooms 

Specified owner-occupied housing units 

MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED MONTHLY 
OWNER COSTS 

With a mortgage 

Less than $200 

$200 to $249 

$250 to $299 

$300 to $349 

$350 to $399 

$400 to $499 

$500 to $599 

$600 to $749 

$750 or more 

Median 

Not mortgaged 

Less than $50 

$50 to $74 

$75 to $99 

$100 to $124 

$125 to $149 

$150 to $199 

$200 to $249 

$250 or more 

Median 

MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED MONTHLY 
OWNER COSTS AS PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD 
INCOME IN 1979 

With a mortgage 

Less than 15 percent 

15 to 19 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 

Not mortgaged 

Less than 10 percent 

10 to 14 percent 

15 to 19 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 perrent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 



[Data are estimates bosed on a sample, see 


Introduction. 


For meaning 


of symbols. 


see Introduction. For definitions of terms, see appendixes A and B] 






Household income in 1979 




























Income in 








$10,000 


$12,500 


$15,000 


$20,000 


$25,000 


$35,000 








1979 below 




Less than 


$5,000 to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


$50,000 or 


Median 


Mean 


poverty 


Total 


$5,000 


$9,999 


$12,499 


$14,999 


$19,999 


$24,999 


$34,999 


$49,999 


more 


(dollars) 


(dollars) 


level 


21 574 


2 243 


2 714 


1 606 


1 525 


3 169 


3 147 


4 305 


2 464 


401 


19 267 


21 238 


2 231 


13 706 


567 


1 087 


820 


700 


2 010 


2 343 


3 583 


2 248 


348 


23 565 


25 550 


751 


173 


— 


17 


16 


11 


42 


43 


33 


11 


- 


20 060 


20 370 


9 


2 091 


29 


56 


20 


55 


303 


502 


788 


309 


29 


25 709 


27 579 


58 


3 176 


112 


44 


113 


92 


387 


510 


1 025 


778 


115 


28 770 


28 612 


134 


6 046 


164 


436 


353 


328 


929 


1 049 


1 550 


1 043 


194 


23 907 


27 329 


293 


2 220 


262 


534 


318 


214 


349 


239 


187 


107 


10 


12 469 


14 817 


257 


2 129 


336 


422 


171 


186 


313 


292 


265 


120 


24 


14 321 


16 319 


242 


79 


_ 


14 


10 


8 


13 


10 


6 


18 


- 


17 708 


20 763 


_ 


314 


17 


26 


32 


20 


47 


57 


72 


37 


6 


21 210 


23 136 


17 


405 


33 


29 


60 


50 


65 


86 


60 


17 


5 


16 658 


18 162 


33 


794 


91 


133 


30 


90 


163 


124 


107 


43 


13 


17 566 


17 665 


101 


537 


195 


220 


39 


18 


25 


15 


20 


5 


- 


6 413 


8 300 


91 


5 739 


1 340 


1 205 


615 


639 


846 


512 


457 


96 


29 


11 319 


12 765 


1 238 


45 


13 


14 


- 


- 


8 


- 


6 


4 


- 


8 594 


13 559 


19 


509 


57 


89 


82 


88 


55 


50 


71 


11 


6 


13 253 


15 357 


73 


1 118 


45 


169 


183 


158 


267 


188 


92 


16 


- 


15 070 


15 971 


100 


2 532 


466 


494 


250 


301 


468 


216 


268 


46 


23 


12 965 


14 003 


542 


1 535 


759 


439 


100 


92 


48 


58 


20 


19 


- 


5 074 


7 507 


504 


50.7 


66.5 


62.8 


54.2 


52.7 


49.6 


46.8 


45.0 


45.5 


47.7 






60.1 


1 851 


87 


199 


140 


117 


298 


364 


440 


175 


31 


21 235 


23 096 


158 


4 625 


248 


311 


267 


275 


722 


887 


1 180 


651 


84 


22 522 


23 444 


351 


4 679 


375 


478 


278 


325 


832 


633 


1 012 


629 


117 


20 369 


22 144 


448 


6 451 


645 


763 


561 


499 


882 


883 


1 268 


803 


147 


19 218 


22 934 


607 


3 968 


888 


963 


360 


309 


435 


380 


405 


206 


22 


10 924 


13 976 


667 


21 279 


2 150 


2 655 


1 594 


1 501 


3 135 


3 103 


4 290 


2 450 


401 


19 375 


21 360 


2 151 


1 124 


47 


113 


63 


90 


179 


179 


209 


204 


40 


21 522 


23 701 


174 


295 


93 


59 


12 


24 


34 


44 


15 


14 


_ 


9 196 


12 478 


80 


27 


- 


- 


- 


6 


14 


- 


- 


7 


- 


18 839 


22 858 


_ 


21 571 


2 240 


2 714 


1 606 


1 525 


3 169 


3 147 


4 305 


2 464 


401 


19 269 


21 241 


2 228 


20 319 


2 021 


2 457 


1 529 


1 424 


3 010 


2 961 


4 187 


2 340 


390 


19 546 


21 536 


1 982 


12 908 


789 


1 189 


865 


849 


1 746 


1 989 


3 238 


1 907 


336 


22 424 


24 307 


807 


6 330 


256 


393 


300 


312 


771 


932 


2 014 


1 158 


194 


25 865 


25 834 


284 


19 127 


1 164 


2 031 


1 392 


1 385 


2 974 


3 065 


4 275 


2 449 


392 


20 949 


22 926 


1 300 


7 521 


770 


1 439 


866 


835 


1 508 


999 


742 


332 


30 


14 552 


15 856 


832 


11 606 


394 


592 


526 


550 


1 466 


2 066 


3 533 


2 117 


362 


25 501 


27 507 


468 


21 571 


2 240 


2 714 


1 606 


1 525 


3 169 


3 147 


4 305 


2 464 


401 


19 269 


21 241 


2 228 


18 976 


2 014 


2 340 


1 457 


1 363 


2 855 


2 792 


3 710 


2 119 


326 


19 074 


21 141 


1 986 


252 


45 


41 


48 


10 


53 


24 


15 


6 


10 


12 083 


15 495 


45 


1 506 


59 


126 


65 


64 


179 


243 


464 


260 


46 


25 322 


25 712 


82 


643 


83 


147 


27 


58 


61 


79 


108 


61 


19 


15 478 


18 317 


77 


194 


39 


60 


9 


30 


21 


9 


8 


18 


- 


9 828 


13 408 


38 


6.0 


5.2 


5.4 


5.8 


5.8 


5.9 


6.1 


6.5 


6.7 


7.2 






5.5 


16 483 


1 484 


1 830 


1 152 


1 115 


2 512 


2 469 


3 504 


2 097 


320 


20 297 


22 197 


1 536 


12 819 


715 


976 


801 


889 


2 037 


2 055 


3 180 


1 885 


281 


22 499 


24 405 


947 


708 


109 


150 


60 


45 


124 


136 


67 


12 


5 


14 444 


15 130 


116 


1 332 


111 


186 


101 


128 


269 


197 


204 


104 


32 


17 622 


19 384 


133 


2 092 


93 


159 


165 


182 


394 


289 


530 


263 


17 


20 747 


22 220 


118 


2 201 


169 


202 


127 


202 


338 


311 


531 


284 


37 


20 942 


22 156 


199 


2 008 


94 


99 


134 


136 


283 


401 


458 


356 


47 


23 103 


30 839 


116 


2 381 


81 


98 


131 


163 


408 


380 


673 


401 


46 


24 116 


24 783 


167 


1 231 


30 


48 


70 


9 


157 


244 


363 


260 


50 


25 836 


27 292 


58 


598 


23 


13 


13 


18 


31 


78 


277 


109 


36 


29 750 


30 249 


26 


268 


5 


21 


- 


6 


33 


19 


77 


96 


11 


31 323 


31 538 


14 


$352 


$313 


$298 


$329 


$322 


$334 


$362 


$378 


$389 


$406 






$327 


3 664 


769 


854 


351 


226 


475 


414 


324 


212 


39 


11 489 


14 471 


589 


34 


4 


- 


- 


12 


- 


12 


- 


6 


- 


22 708 


20 710 


4 


173 


87 


23 


8 


14 


5 


23 


6 


7 


- 


4 981 


10 268 


68 


357 


158 


124 


- 


32 


21 


8 


14 


- 


- 


5 657 


7 620 


111 


526 


87 


144 


95 


5 


64 


83 


24 


24 


- 


10 842 


13 558 


70 


816 


187 


185 


84 


67 


89 


68 


76 


56 


4 


11 071 


13 870 


122 


1 003 


123 


275 


96 


69 


148 


116 


125 


45 


6 


12 772 


15 212 


74 


491 


107 


49 


38 


18 


117 


25 


79 


42 


16 


17 043 


17 810 


115 


264 


16 


54 


30 


9 


31 


79 


- 


32 


13 


18 889 


20 344 


25 


$148 


$131 


$143 


$147 


$144 


$170 


$156 


$167 


$164 


$230 






$134 


12 819 


715 


976 


801 


889 


2 037 


2 055 


3 180 


1 885 


281 


22 499 


24 405 


947 


3 579 


- 


15 


6 


15 


173 


446 


1 312 


1 351 


261 


33 373 


34 731 


4 


2 651 


- 


21 


34 


74 


455 


648 


1 017 


396 


6 


25 766 


26 418 


17 


1 896 


- 


47 


68 


161 


565 


470 


490 


89 


6 


21 205 


22 072 


17 


1 394 


6 


72 


119 


257 


315 


328 


248 


49 


- 


18 868 


19 741 


15 


967 


8 


61 


158 


201 


343 


118 


78 


_ 


_ 


15 704 


16 436 


22 


2 248 


625 


760 


416 


181 


186 


45 


35 


_ 


- 


7 974 


8 831 


796 


84 


76 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


8 


2500- 


159 578 


76 


20.4 


50 + 


47 8 


35.5 


28.8 


23.5 


19.5 


16.4 


126 


10- 






50 + 


3 664 


769 


854 


351 


226 


475 


414 


324 


212 


39 


11 489 


14 471 


589 


989 


- 


- 


8 


58 


125 


266 


287 


206 


39 


25 893 


28 195 


- 


689 


- 


92 


120 


106 


224 


110 


37 


- 


- 


15 473 


15 826 


7 


458 


19 


116 


124 


52 


113 


34 


- 


- 


- 


11 895 


12 722 


20 


353 


52 


227 


56 


1 


13 


4 


- 


_ 


- 


7 470 


7 947 


16 


221 


48 


145 


25 


3 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


6 250 


6 598 


34 


177 


88 


80 


3 


6 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


5 016 


5 214 


65 


734 


525 


194 


15 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


3 944 


4 055 


410 


43 


37 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6 


- 


2500- 


5 694 


37 


164 


45.7 


24.8 


16.9 


126 


12.5 


10- 


10- 


10- 


10- 






50+ 



121-26 CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 



METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



Table A— 28. Income and Poverty Status in 1979 of Renter-Occupied Housing Units With a Black Householder: 
1980 

[Dota ore estimates based on o sample, see Introduction. For meaning of symbols, see Introduction, for definitions of terms, see oppendixes A and B] 



The SMSA 



Renter-occupied housing units 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER 

Married-couple families 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 yeors 

65 years ond over 

Male householder, no wrfe present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 yeors 

45 to 64 yeors 

65 years and over 

Female householder, no husband present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Median oge 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

1979 to March 1980 

1975 to 1978 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1959 or earlier 

PLUMBING FACILITIES BY PERSONS PER ROOM 

Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

0.50 or less 

0.51 to 1 00 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

Lacking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

0.50 or less 

0.51 to 1.00 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

Heating equipment 

Central heating system 

Air conditioning 

Central system 

Vehicles available 

1 

2 or more 

House heating fuel 

Utility gos 

Bottled, tank, or LP gos 

Electricity 

Fuel oil, kerosene, etc. 

Other 

Median rooms 

Specified renter-occupied housing units 

CONTRACT RENT 

Less than $100 

$100 to $149 

$150 to $199 

$200 to $249 

$250 to $299 

$300 to $349 

$350 to $399 

$400 to $499 

$500 or more 

No cosh rent 

Median 

GROSS RENT 

Less than $100 

$100 to $149 _ 

$150 to $199 

$200 to $249 

$250 to $299 

$300 to $349 

$350 to $399 

$400 to $499 

$500 or more 

No cash rent 

Median 

GROSS RENT AS PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD 
INCOME IN 1979 

Less than 15 percent 

15 to 19 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 to 49 percent 

50 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 











Household income in 1979 






































Income in 








$10,000 


$12,500 


$15,000 


$20,000 


$25,000 


$35,000 








1979 below 




Less than 


$5,000 to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


$50,000 or 


Median 


Meon 


poverty 


Total 


$5,000 


$9,999 


$12,499 


$14,999 


$19,999 


$24,999 


$34,999 


$49,999 


more 


(dollars) 


(dollors) 


level 


39 387 


15 649 


8 680 


3 973 


2 384 


4 161 


2 216 


1 824 


410 


90 


7 188 


9 523 


16 682 


8 199 


956 


1 710 


979 


733 


1 375 


1 063 


1 078 


258 


47 


14 050 


15 723 


1 440 


1 067 


140 


265 


115 


98 


239 


102 


108 


- 


- 


12 844 


13 505 


203 


2 658 


195 


380 


324 


227 


482 


446 


502 


102 


- 


16 915 


17 488 


381 


1 352 


142 


184 


155 


108 


217 


253 


214 


66 


13 


17 197 


18 125 


278 


2 069 


240 


405 


280 


229 


339 


228 


240 


74 


34 


13 695 


16 238 


349 


1 053 


239 


476 


105 


71 


98 


34 


14 


16 


- 


7 396 


9 418 


229 


9 210 


3 229 


1 975 


968 


554 


1 312 


654 


376 


113 


29 


8 477 


10 213 


2 933 


1 488 


481 


395 


126 


136 


234 


69 


33 


14 


- 


8 358 


9 635 


520 


2 344 


382 


476 


385 


185 


495 


225 


166 


30 


- 


12 039 


12 900 


429 


1 324 


317 


237 


125 


98 


272 


153 


87 


25 


10 


12 160 


13 040 


301 


2 507 


990 


516 


266 


109 


291 


188 


84 


44 


19 


7 287 


9 818 


921 


1 547 


1 059 


351 


66 


26 


20 


19 


6 


- 


- 


4 067 


4 916 


762 


21 978 


11 464 


4 995 


2 026 


1 097 


1 474 


499 


370 


39 


14 


4 822 


6 921 


12 309 


3 988 


2 446 


870 


283 


132 


195 


36 


17 


9 


- 


4 162 


5 511 


2 628 


5 850 


2 316 


1 575 


809 


434 


471 


145 


89 


11 


_ 


6 918 


8 009 


2 878 


2 898 


917 


761 


372 


205 


444 


114 


78 


7 


- 


8 536 


9 554 


1 262 


5 583 


2 861 


1 295 


499 


282 


303 


165 


152 


12 


14 


4 881 


7 204 


3 032 


3 659 


2 924 


494 


63 


44 


61 


39 


34 


- 


- 


3 538 


4 200 


2 509 


38.7 


48.1 


38.1 


34.6 


34.7 


34.7 


36.4 


35.0 


37.9 


48.2 






41.9 


13 465 


5 121 


3 101 


1 447 


834 


1 462 


738 


605 


124 


33 


7 323 


9 483 


5 662 


13 768 


5 187 


3 035 


1 378 


942 


1 588 


767 


722 


135 


14 


7 760 


9 816 


5 756 


6 777 


2 974 


1 340 


728 


311 


679 


372 


272 


72 


29 


6 402 


9 300 


3 006 


3 877 


1 567 


887 


332 


213 


313 


309 


178 


64 


14 


7 059 


9 807 


1 562 


1 500 


800 


317 


88 


84 


119 


30 


47 


15 


- 


4 687 


7 468 


696 


38 224 


15 094 


8 463 


3 840 


2 352 


4 042 


2 178 


1 773 


398 


84 


7 223 


9 554 


16 118 


19 663 


9 180 


3 850 


1 950 


1 147 


1 891 


913 


546 


143 


43 


5 811 


8 410 


7 897 


15 138 


4 997 


3 789 


1 513 


958 


1 698 


999 


958 


191 


35 


8 279 


10 513 


6 394 


2 663 


700 


616 


293 


205 


342 


213 


229 


59 


6 


10 132 


12 261 


1 380 


760 


217 


208 


84 


42 


111 


53 


40 


5 


- 


8 908 


10 564 


447 


1 163 


555 


217 


133 


32 


119 


38 


51 


12 


6 


5 650 


8 509 


564 


462 


201 


110 


81 


23 


25 


6 


16 


- 


- 


6 210 


7 517 


180 


560 


297 


68 


52 


9 


77 


22 


24 


5 


6 


4 657 


8 817 


317 


87 


24 


34 


- 


- 


8 


10 


11 


- 


- 


8 424 


10 485 


45 


54 


33 


5 


— 


— 


9 


- 


~ 


7 


- 


4 545 


10 627 


22 


39 312 


15 618 


8 661 


3 959 


2 384 


4 156 


2 210 


1 824 


410 


90 


7 190 


9 526 


16 645 


34 903 


13 372 


7 668 


3 587 


2 144 


3 849 


2 086 


1 737 


387 


73 


7 511 


9 791 


14 324 


14 168 


3 357 


2 806 


1 824 


1 213 


2 190 


1 361 


1 119 


258 


40 


11 262 


12 656 


3 371 


3 445 


792 


544 


428 


255 


531 


389 


369 


99 


38 


12 258 


14 298 


794 


19 518 


3 332 


3 957 


2 834 


1 823 


3 490 


1 989 


1 643 


383 


67 


12 179 


13 620 


4 043 


14 969 


2 916 


3 472 


2 358 


1 465 


2 622 


1 217 


759 


132 


28 


11 163 


12 016 


3 447 


4 549 


416 


485 


476 


358 


868 


772 


884 


251 


39 


18 125 


18 897 


596 


39 312 


15 618 


8 661 


3 959 


2 384 


4 156 


2 210 


1 824 


410 


90 


7 190 


9 526 


16 645 


30 336 


11 985 


6 874 


3 038 


1 808 


3 083 


1 746 


1 426 


330 


46 


7 145 


9 487 


12 873 


602 


213 


151 


83 


41 


62 


30 


15 


7 


- 


7 577 


9 064 


230 


6 912 


2 807 


1 295 


686 


426 


843 


403 


335 


73 


44 


7 590 


9 981 


2 876 


474 


160 


116 


53 


35 


70 


12 


28 


- 


- 


7 969 


9 777 


167 


988 


453 


225 


99 


74 


98 


19 


20 


- 


- 


5 847 


7 731 


499 


3.7 


3.2 


3.7 


3.9 


4.0 


4.0 


4.2 


4.3 


5.2 


4.5 






3.4 


38 352 


15 331 


8 457 


3 905 


2 277 


4 056 


2 068 


1 758 


410 


90 


7 131 


9 475 


16 282 


13 962 


9 576 


2 420 


664 


298 


540 


219 


185 


33 


27 


3 842 


5 436 


9 523 


10 754 


3 268 


3 309 


1 284 


717 


1 096 


517 


469 


80 


14 


8 066 


9 665 


3 912 


7 765 


1 692 


1 825 


1 218 


742 


1 257 


616 


339 


73 


3 


10 750 


11 469 


1 879 


3 594 


496 


630 


486 


348 


726 


409 


391 


84 


24 


13 829 


15 098 


617 


1 181 


82 


100 


193 


105 


251 


169 


233 


48 


- 


17 141 


17 938 


123 


407 


49 


32 


41 


48 


105 


55 


48 


21 


8 


16 948 


17 713 


63 


238 


20 


32 


12 


9 


16 


35 


62 


48 


4 


24 457 


24 959 


32 


55 


_ 


_ 


3 


10 


_ 


8 


8 


18 


8 


33 890 


31 344 


3 


6 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


4 


- 


- 


2 


21 875 


30 140 


- 


390 


148 


109 


4 


- 


65 


36 


23 


5 


- 


6 926 


10 245 


130 


$123 


$80 


$124 


$150 


$156 


$163 


$170 


$176 


$211 


$226 






$85 


9 518 


7 444 


1 368 


298 


119 


187 


46 


38 


8 


10 


3 443 


4 134 


7 411 


7 145 


2 773 


2 300 


763 


390 


524 


212 


143 


19 


21 


6 551 


8 011 


3 107 


8 685 


2 530 


2 325 


1 017 


692 


1 194 


513 


349 


65 


- 


8 926 


10 199 


2 617 


6 334 


1 459 


1 276 


1 009 


567 


997 


520 


441 


65 


- 


11 070 


11 988 


1 691 


3 273 


612 


611 


393 


258 


557 


390 


333 


88 


31 


12 699 


14 563 


736 


1 534 


224 


274 


234 


117 


284 


119 


232 


44 


6 


13 248 


15 300 


321 


705 


74 


93 


68 


70 


133 


150 


86 


31 


- 


16 542 


17 156 


128 


646 


62 


74 


105 


46 


102 


72 


89 


76 


20 


16 636 


19 714 


103 


122 


5 


27 


14 


18 


13 


10 


24 


9 


2 


14 583 


19 067 


38 


390 


148 


109 


4 


- 


65 


36 


23 


5 


- 


6 926 


10 245 


130 


$163 


$102 


$160 


$193 


$197 


$204 


$225 


$240 


$276 


$267 






$109 


8 310 


379 


1 110 


753 


632 


2 031 


1 452 


1 492 


371 


90 


18 041 


19 022 


787 


5 787 


1 081 


1 032 


890 


849 


1 290 


403 


208 


34 


- 


12 192 


12 237 


1 294 


5 076 


1 412 


1 546 


1 106 


429 


415 


143 


25 


- 


- 


8 824 


8 958 


1 616 


3 845 


1 431 


1 451 


544 


215 


170 


24 


10 


- 


-. 


6 807 


7 279 


1 456 


2 501 


966 


1 076 


293 


95 


61 


10 


_ 


- 


- 


6 101 


6 584 


1 086 


4 136 


2 330 


1 489 


245 


57 


15 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4 573 


5 037 


2 378 


7 558 


6 835 


644 


70 


- 


9 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2500- 


2 614 


6 786 


1 139 


897 


109 


4 


_ 


65 


36 


23 


5 


- 


2500- 


3 489 


879 


24.4 


47.1 


26.7 


21 4 


180 


149 


12.7 


10.6 


10- 


10- 






43.4 



METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 121-27 



Table A -29. Selected Monthly Owner Costs for Mortgaged Housing Units With a Black Householder: 1980 



The SMSA 



Specified owner-occupied housing units 

PERSONS IN UNIT 

1 person 

2 persons 

3 persons 

4 persons 

5 persons 

6 persons 

7 persons 

8 or more persons 

Median 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER 

Married-couple families 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years ond over 

Male householder, no wife present 

15 To 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 yeors ond over 

Female householder, no husband present 

15 to 24 yeors 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 yeors 

65 years ond over 

Median age 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

1979 to March 1980 

1975 to 1978 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1959 or earlier 

ROOMS 

1 to 3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 rooms 

8 or more rooms 

Median 

YEAR STRUaURE BUILT 

1975 to March 1980 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1950 to 1959 

1940 to 1949 

1939 or earlier 

VALUE 

Less than $10,000 

$10,000 to $19,999 

$20,000 to $29,999 

$30,000 to $39,999 

$40,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 to $59,999 

$60,000 to $79,999 

$80,000 to $99,999 

$100,000 to $149,999 

$150,000 or more 

Medion 

SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS 
PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1979 

Less than 15 percent 

15 to 19 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

Heating equipment 

Steam or hot water system 

Central worm-oir furnace or electric heat pump 

Other built-in electric units 

Floor, wall, or pipeless furnace 

Other means 

Air conditioning 

Centrol system 

1 or more individual room units 

House heating fuel 

Utility gas 

8oftled. tank, or LP gos 

Electricity 

Fuel oil, kerosene, etc 

Other 



[Doto ore estimates based on o 


sample, see Introduction. For meoning of symbols, see Introduction. For definitions of terms, see appendixes A ond 8] 






Less than 


$200 to 


$250 to 


$300 to 


$350 to 


$400 to 


$500 to 


$600 to 




Medion 


Total 


$200 


$249 


$299 


$349 


$399 


$499 


$599 


$749 


$750 or more 


(dollars) 


12 819 


708 


1 332 


2 092 


2 201 


2 008 


2 381 


1 231 


598 


268 


352 


957 


170 


191 


152 


210 


86 


46 


52 


14 


36 


289 


2 810 


226 


449 


540 


445 


357 


369 


242 


148 


34 


321 


2 528 


118 


235 


441 


427 


402 


482 


242 


128 


53 


355 


2 792 


76 


207 


384 


467 


465 


665 


332 


138 


58 


378 


1 834 


49 


118 


258 


357 


350 


353 


208 


109 


32 


369 


868 


32 


47 


131 


125 


168 


223 


82 


34 


26 


379 


711 


21 


79 


134 


92 


102 


182 


56 


22 


23 


364 


319 


16 


6 


52 


73 


78 


61 


17 


5 


6 


355 


3.54 


2.31 


2.61 


3.30 


3.54 


3.84 


3.94 


3.74 


3.57 


3.69 




9 174 


348 


824 


1 476 


1 481 


1 468 


1 816 


1 032 


508 


221 


366 


116 


8 


17 


- 


19 


23 


12 


31 


6 


- 


380 


1 673 


20 


34 


151 


217 


285 


451 


307 


151 


57 


425 


2 663 


34 


172 


369 


391 


406 


669 


304 


219 


99 


395 


3 933 


163 


445 


763 


720 


675 


621 


364 


132 


50 


341 


789 


123 


156 


193 


134 


79 


63 


26 


- 


15 


280 


945 


127 


106 


143 


176 


155 


102 


78 


25 


33 


327 


33 


— 


- 


- 


5 


6 


16 


6 


- 


_ 


417 


155 


— 


- 


21 


20 


44 


23 


33 


9 


5 


, 391 


263 


40 


36 


39 


33 


29 


48 


11 


16 


11 


325 


362 


51 


23 


63 


103 


68 


15 


22 


_ 


17 


321 


132 


36 


47 


20 


15 


8 


- 


6 


_ 


_ 


232 


2 700 


233 


402 


473 


544 


385 


463 


121 


65 


14 


322 


8 


- 


- 


- 


8 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


325 


361 


27 


28 


45 


87 


39 


86 


18 


22 


9 


346 


802 


37 


74 


159 


137 


153 


187 


41 


14 


_ 


348 


1 275 


98 


234 


250 


272 


166 


177 


52 


26 


_ 


310 


254 


71 


66 


19 


40 


27 


13 


10 


3 


5 


242 


46.0 


56.0 


55.4 


49.7 


47.6 


45.4 


42.0 


40.8 


39.6 


39.7 




1 279 


34 


59 


41 


133 


125 


300 


307 


197 


83 


486 


3 327 


91 


119 


258 


411 


612 


980 


517 


236 


103 


415 


3 477 


152 


291 


670 


830 


568 


638 


203 


94 


31 


338 


4 006 


268 


725 


997 


706 


629 


401 


165 


64 


51 


301 


730 


163 


138 


126 


121 


74 


62 


39 


7 


- 


275 


136 


42 


16 


6 


13 


18 


13 


28 






315 


497 


96 


117 


105 


82 


30 


50 


14 


3 


_ 


267 


2 769 


255 


534 


654 


454 


404 


289 


137 


25 


17 


296 


3 737 


158 


324 


652 


754 


667 


743 


279 


102 


58 


349 


2 840 


98 


198 


379 


542 


490 


621 


340 


131 


41 


371 


2 840 


59 


143 


296 


356 


399 


665 


433 


337 


152 


424 


6.3 


5.3 


5.5 


5.9 


6.2 


6.3 


6.7 


7.0 


7.7 


7.7 




617 






31 


31 


26 


135 


167 


125 


102 


551 


789 


24 


5 


40 


127 


106 


235 


151 


85 


16 


439 


2 569 


59 


200 


369 


417 


435 


592 


357 


112 


28 


378 


2 258 


66 


212 


419 


447 


371 


460 


142 


81 


60 


348 


2 277 


166 


207 


473 


449 


366 


387 


164 


57 


8 


333 


4 309 


393 


708 


760 


730 


704 


572 


250 


138 


54 


320 


96 


60 


11 


18 






7 








183 


1 022 


194 


280 


180 


183 


120 


52 


13 


- 


- 


260 


2 294 


164 


431 


484 


552 


316 


272 


55 


20 


- 


306 


3 266 


158 


326 


755 


709 


562 


461 


238 


40 


17 


328 


2 949 


95 


200 


464 


441 


579 


804 


274 


76 


16 


374 


1 451 


18 


44 


112 


235 


213 


385 


267 


145 


32 


421 


1 339 


19 


27 


61 


73 


188 


334 


275 


242 


120 


491 


307 


- 


8 


18 


2 


23 


54 


97 


54 


51 


550 


76 


- 


5 


- 


6 


- 


12 


12 


21 


20 


621 


19 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7 


- 


- 


- 


12 


750 + 


$39 200 


$25 800 


$28 200 


$34 600 


$35 900 


$40 100 


$45 600 


$51 200 


$61 200 


$72 800 




3 579 


374 


592 


923 


747 


480 


362 


66 


30 


5 


295 


2 651 


91 


252 


410 


400 


557 


596 


267 


68 


10 


365 


1 896 


67 


138 


237 


295 


344 


392 


257 


123 


43 


381 


1 394 


39 


92 


171 


211 


135 


271 


261 


155 


59 


420 


967 


27 


27 


103 


120 


141 


281 


138 


98 


32 


419 


2 248 


108 


216 


241 


415 


337 


460 


235 


117 


119 


371 


84 


2 


15 


7 


13 


14 


19 


7 


7 


- 


368 


20.4 


14.4 


16.3 


16.5 


19.3 


19.6 


22.8 


25.4 


27.4 


32.7 




12 819 


708 


1 332 


2 092 


2 201 


2 008 


2 381 


1 231 


598 


268 


352 


929 


74 


90 


157 


202 


139 


129 


50 


66 


22 


336 


11 159 


540 


1 141 


1 834 


1 846 


1 775 


2 138 


1 122 


517 


246 


356 


62 


- 


6 


21 


12 


_ 


7 


16 


- 


- 


317 


293 


43 


20 


54 


80 


27 


40 


29 


- 


- 


318 


376 


51 


75 


26 


61 


67 


67 


14 


15 


- 


330 


8 466 


325 


818 


1 263 


1 359 


1 321 


1 643 


1 004 


499 


234 


368 


4 768 


107 


223 


613 


590 


737 


1 149 


737 


399 


213 


408 


3 698 


218 


595 


650 


769 


584 


494 


267 


100 


21 


325 


12 819 


708 


1 332 


2 092 


2 201 


2 008 


2 381 


1 231 


598 


268 


352 


11 204 


675 


1 205 


1 955 


1 989 


1 830 


2 041 


927 


434 


148 


344 


160 


5 


37 


23 


25 


23 


21 


21 


- 


5 


330 


1 094 


8 


33 


81 


112 


112 


235 


249 


149 


115 


483 


299 


20 


32 


27 


64 


43 


70 


28 


15 


- 


358 


62 


- 


25 


6 


11 


- 


14 


6 


- 


- 


300 



121-28 CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 



METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



Table A -30. Selected Monthly Owner Costs for Not Mortgaged Housing Units With a Black Householder: 1980 



[Data are estimotes based on a sample, see Introduction. For meaning of symbols, see Introduction. For definitions of terms, see appendixes A ond B] 



The SMSA 

Specified owner-occupied housing units 

PERSONS IN UNIT 

1 person 

2 persons 

3 persons 

4 persons 

5 persons 

6 persons 

7 persons 

8 or more persons 

Medion 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER 

Married-couple families 

15 to 24 yeors 

25 to 34 yeors 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years ond over 

Male householder, no wife present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Female householder, no husband present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 yeors 

65 years and over 

Median age 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

1979 to March 1980 

1975 to 1978 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1959 or earlier 

ROOMS 

1 to 3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 rooms 

8 or more rooms 

Median 

YEAR STRUQURE BUILT 

1975 to Morch 1980 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1950 to 1959 

1940 to 1949 

1939 or earlier 

VALUE 

Less than $10,000 

$10,000 to $19,999 

$20,000 to $29,999 

$30,000 to $39,999 

$40,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 to $59,999 

$60,000 to $79,999 

$80,000 to $99,999 

$100,000 to $149,999 

$150,000 or more 

Medion 

SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS 
PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1979 

Less than 10 percent 

10 to 14 percent 

15 to 19 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Medion 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

Heating equipment 

Steam or hot water system 

Central warm-air furnace or electric heat pump 

Other built-in electric units 

Floor, wall, or pipeless furnace 

Other means 

Air conditioning 

Centrol system 

1 or more individual room units 

House heating fuel 

Lftilfty gas 

Bottled, tank, or LP gas 

Electricity 

Fuel oil, kerosene, etc. 

Other 



Totol Less than $50 



3 664 



920 

I 383 

599 

256 

207 

124 

145 

30 

2.16 



1 874 

9 

60 

106 

805 

894 

462 

10 

42 

23 

177 

210 

1 328 

20 

48 

574 

686 

64.6 



91 

283 

338 

1 027 

1 925 



109 
432 
055 
30 

450 



1 1 



5.7 



48 
43 

206 
435 
612 
320 



304 
934 
950 
685 
446 
191 
135 
10 
9 

$25 800 



989 
689 
458 
353 
221 
177 
734 
43 
16.4 



3 664 

336 

2 790 

29 

88 

-.21 

1 817 

693 

1 124 

3 664 
3 223 

21 
128 
212 

77 



34 



1.27 



$50 to $74 



12 



11 

4 

54.5 



5.3 



$17 900 

24 
4 



173 



7 
1.45 



57 



6 

71 

71.6 



7 
70 
62 
19 

15 
4.7 



$75 to $99 $100 to $124 $125 to $149 $150 to $199 $200 to $249 $250 or more Median (dollars) 



3 
$21 300 



15.4 



173 

12 
107 

6 
48 
40 
9 
31 
173 
145 



357 



210 

110 

14 

7 

6 

10 

1.35 



87 



29 

22 

219 



76 
143 
68.8 



22 
30 
85 

220 



32 
72 

109 
99 
35 
10 

5.2 



10 

65 

45 

237 



31 

145 
99 
57 
10 
15 



$20 200 



75 
59 
41 
62 
17 
42 
52 
9 
19.9 



357 

46 
262 

8 

41 

148 

12 

136 

357 

328 

9 

14 
6 



526 



116 

230 

72 

54 

11 

6 

33 

4 

2.14 



311 

13 

13 

117 

168 

76 



7 
47 
22 
139 



12 

45 

82 

66.0 



22 

18 

38 

107 

341 



26 
51 
161 
189 
72 
27 
5.6 



10 

54 

68 

394 



36 
162 
167 
116 
30 
15 



$23 300 



195 

110 

53 

66 

22 

21 

51 

8 

12.9 



526 

72 

362 

16 

29 

47 

270 

88 

182 

526 

459 

16 
29 
22 



816 



217 
371 
98 
38 
55 
23 
14 

2.01 



395 

21 
23 
185 
166 
93 

11 

5 

32 

45 

328 



140 
185 
64.5 



21 

53 

77 

185 

480 



12 
110 
185 
327 

81 
101 
5.8 



3 

39 

112 

149 

513 



94 
176 
218 
132 
121 
51 
24 



$26 100 



239 
146 
90 
50 
71 
46 
174 

16.3 



816 
59 

669 



410 

156 
254 
816 
728 

31 
49 



1 003 



183 

389 

168 

112 

76 

30 

41 

4 

2.32 



559 

II 

28 

240 

280 

120 

10 

21 

30 

59 

324 



23 
190 
111 
63.3 



15 
66 
93 

392 
437 



25 
74 
333 
294 
142 
135 
5.7 



129 
203 
552 



71 

243 

227 

222 

101 

62 

70 

7 



$27 000 



248 

217 

109 

109 

59 

36 

222 

3 

16.6 



1 003 

109 
766 

5 

123 
532 
201 
331 
1 003 
865 

42 
78 
18 



491 



63 

142 

182 

15 

40 

22 

26 

1 

2.72 



277 

9 

6 

25 

111 

126 

37 

10 

9 

18 

177 

7 

86 

84 

63.7 



16 
54 

50 
151 
220 



30 
131 
114 

87 
129 
6.2 



14 
21 
30 
47 
64 
315 



29 
104 
111 

77 
118 

25 

24 
3 



$30 200 



100 
93 

103 
26 
13 
11 

128 

17 

17.1 



491 

25 

387 

8 

31 

40 

283 

173 

110 

491 

427 

8 

32 

16 



264 



18 
86 

41 
30 
19 
35 
14 
21 
3.18 



176 

6 

7 

113 

50 

39 



16 
23 
49 

10 

13 

20 

6 

59.0 



7 

13 
68 
72 
33 
71 
6.1 



7 
7 

14 
27 
47 
162 



$35 300 



45 
41 
52 
17 
15 
9 
85 

19.4 



264 

13 
221 

6 

24 

130 

54 

76 
264 

237 

7 
7 
13 



METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 121-29 



Table A— 31. Year Structure Built for Owner- and Renter-Occupied Housing Units With a Black Householder: 1980 



[Data ore estimates based on o sample, see Introduction. For meaning of symbols, see Introduction. For definitions of terms, see appendixes A and B] 



The SMSA 



Occupied housing units 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER 

Married-couple families 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Male householder, no wife present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Female householder, no husband present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Median age 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

1979 to March 1980 

1975 to 1978 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1959 or earlier 

ROOMS 

1 room 

2 rooms 

3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 or more rooms 

Median 

PLUMBING FACILITIES BY PERSONS PER ROOM 

Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

0.50 or less 

0.51 to 1.00 

1.01 to 1.50 

1 .51 or more 

Lacking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

0.50 or less 

0.51 to 1.00 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

PERSONS IN UNIT 

1 person 

2 persons 

3 persons 

4 persons 

5 persons 

6 or more persons 

Median 

Total persons 

UNITS IN STRUQURE 

1, detached or attached 

2 

3 and 4 

5 to 9 

10 to 49 

50 or more 

Mobile home or trailer, etc. 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

Heating equipment 

Steom or hot water system 

Central warm-air furnace or electric heat pump 

Other built-in electric units 

Floor, wall, or pipeless furnace 

Other means 

Air conditioning 

Centrol system 

1 or more individual room units 

House heating fuel 

Utility gas 

Bottled, tank, or LP gos 

Electricity 

Fuel oil, kerosene, etc 

Other 

Income in 1979 below poverty level 

Percent below poverty level 

HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1979 

Less than $5,000 

$5,000 to $9,999 

$10,000 to $12,499 

$12,500 to $14,999 

$15,000 to $19,999 

$20,000 to $24,999 

$25,000 to $34,999 

$35,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 or more 

Median 

Mean 



Owner-occupied housing units 


Renter-occupied housing units 




1975 to 


1970 to 


1960 to 


1940 to 


1939 or 




1975 to 


1970 to 


1960 to 


1940 to 


1939 or 


Total 


March 1980 


1974 


1969 


1959 


earlier 


Total 


March 1980 


1974 


1969 


1959 


earlier 


21 574 


781 


983 


3 301 


6 883 


9 626 


39 387 


1 387 


3 474 


7 767 


13 118 


13 641 


13 706 


650 


722 


2 409 


4 375 


5 550 


8 199 


304 


857 


1 763 


2 724 


2 551 


173 


18 


- 


33 


79 


43 


1 067 


77 


170 


273 


352 


195 


2 091 


293 


209 


543 


601 


445 


2 658 


131 


385 


713 


914 


515 


3 176 


231 


285 


849 


1 071 


740 


1 352 


45 


132 


329 


483 


363 


6 046 


108 


215 


818 


2 005 


2 900 


2 069 


44 


128 


303 


624 


970 


2 220 


- 


13 


166 


619 


1 422 


1 053 


7 


42 


145 


351 


508 


2 129 


41 


103 


219 


652 


1 114 


9 210 


336 


835 


1 682 


2 552 


3 805 


79 


- 


7 


23 


35 


14 


1 488 


84 


174 


332 


425 


473 


314 


21 


24 


42 


139 


88 


2 344 


111 


312 


581 


694 


646 


405 


- 


29 


47 


131 


198 


1 324 


30 


104 


277 


383 


530 


794 


20 


38 


85 


223 


428 


2 507 


61 


122 


332 


673 


1 319 


537 


- 


5 


22 


124 


386 


1 547 


50 


123 


160 


377 


837 


5 739 


90 


158 


673 


1 856 


2 962 


21 978 


747 


1 782 


4 322 


7 842 


7 285 


45 


5 


- 


— 


6 


34 


3 988 


138 


357 


939 


1 677 


877 


509 


32 


67 


105 


198 


107 


5 850 


222 


440 


1 387 


2 327 


1 474 


1 118 


10 


48 


221 


479 


360 


2 898 


80 


223 


601 


1 047 


947 


2 532 


43 


34 


318 


794 


1 343 


5 583 


107 


358 


871 


1 873 


2 374 


1 535 


- 


9 


29 


379 


1 118 


3 659 


200 


404 


524 


918 


1 613 


50.7 


35.7 


39.9 


43.1 


49.4 


57.1 


38.7 


32.5 


33.9 


33.2 


35.8 


48.7 


1 851 


255 


106 


404 


581 


505 


13 465 


869 


1 247 


3 037 


4 380 


3 932 


4 625 


526 


407 


947 


1 423 


1 322 


13 768 


518 


1 476 


2 724 


4 852 


4 198 


4 679 


- 


470 


954 


1 638 


1 617 


6 777 


- 


751 


1 223 


2 068 


2 735 


6 451 


- 


- 


996 


2 198 


3 257 


3 877 


- 


- 


783 


1 247 


1 847 


3 968 


- 


- 


- 


1 043 


2 925 


1 500 


- 


- 


- 


571 


929 


11 










11 


1 299 


16 


64 


283 


363 


573 


64 


- 


- 


5 


18 


41 


4 185 


181 


374 


821 


883 


1 926 


779 


16 


14 


40 


169 


540 


12 231 


519 


1 225 


2 392 


3 842 


4 253 


1 844 


51 


35 


143 


510 


1 105 


12 456 


404 


1 114 


2 754 


4 424 


3 760 


4 987 


61 


122 


763 


1 875 


2 166 


5 921 


170 


459 


1 043 


2 305 


1 944 


5 806 


134 


232 


819 


2 133 


2 488 


2 086 


59 


146 


310 


866 


705 


8 083 


519 


580 


1 531 


2 178 


3 275 


1 209 


38 


92 


164 


435 


480 


6.0 


7.1 


6.9 


6.4 


5.9 


5.9 


3.7 


3.5 


3.6 


3.6 


3.8. 


3.5 


21 279 


781 


978 


3 279 


6 787 


9 454 


38 224 


1 351 


3 378 


7 589 


12 836 


13 070 


12 091 


475 


451 


1 487 


3 648 


6 030 


19 663 


847 


1 932 


3 898 


5 670 


7 316 


8 064 


293 


489 


1 641 


2 691 


2 950 


15 138 


459 


1 257 


3 034 


5 750 


4 638 


953 


13 


38 


116 


375 


411 


2 663 


21 


156 


492 


1 131 


863 


171 


- 


- 


35 


73 


63 


760 


24 


33 


165 


285 


253 


295 


- 


5 


22 


96 


172 


1 163 


36 


96 


178 


282 


571 


143 


- 


5 


10 


44 


84 


462 


19 


61 


93 


100 


189 


125 


- 


- 


5 


32 


88 


560 


10 


24 


74 


134 


318 


23 


- 


- 


7 


16 


- 


87 


7 


11 


11 


24 


34 


4 


- 


- 


- 


4 


- 


54 


- 


- 


- 


24 


30 


2 999 


55 


51 


214 


900 


1 779 


15 564 


625 


1 540 


3 047 


4 090 


6 262 


5 518 


143 


166 


593 


1 711 


2 905 


8 757 


371 


744 


1 766 


3 067 


2 809 


3 948 


174 


178 


640 


1 323 


1 633 


6 114 


218 


605 


1 322 


2 215 


1 754 


3 871 


233 


301 


822 


1 274 


1 241 


4 216 


98 


288 


871 


1 712 


1 247 


2 433 


75 


135 


586 


796 


841 


2 372 


42 


162 


365 


1 041 


762 


2 805 


101 


152 


446 


879 


1 227 


2 364 


33 


135 


396 


993 


807 


3.07 


3.58 


3.82 


3.75 


3.13 


2.58 


1.97 


1.68 


1.76 


1.97 


2.31 


1.70 


74 716 


2 901 


3 891 


12 548 


23 677 


31 699 


94 505 


2 819 


7 530 


18 309 


35 044 


30 803 


17 731 


717 


901 


3 005 


5 979 


7 129 


5 407 


114 


274 


1 169 


2 414 


1 436 


2 170 


13 


12 


72 


511 


1 562 


3 610 


47 


56 


227 


1 245 


2 035 


953 


7 


16 


62 


223 


645 


7 351 


111 


250 


752 


2 820 


3 418 


303 


6 


7 


67 


66 


157 


8 236 


317 


498 


1 388 


2 928 


3 105 


322 


38 


20 


62 


93 


109 


11 125 


606 


1 603 


3 148 


3 043 


2 725 


61 


- 


16 


24 


5 


16 


3 578 


192 


787 


1 062 


637 


900 


34 


- 


11 


9 


6 


8 


80 


- 


6 


21 


31 


22 


21 571 


781 


983 


3 301 


6 883 


9 623 


39 312 


1 381 


3 474 


7 767 


13 095 


13 595 


1 973 


18 


4 


145 


605 


1 201 


13 468 


247 


833 


2 257 


5 170 


4 961 


17 568 


728 


911 


3 005 


5 662 


7 262 


16 494 


767 


1 708 


4 018 


: 304 


4 697 


183 


24 


36 


32 


53 


38 


3 327 


263 


777 


738 


938 


611 


595 


- 


18 


41 


235 


301 


1 614 


18 


107 


403 


560 


526 


1 252 


11 


14 


78 


328 


821 


4 409 


86 


49 


351 


1 123 


2 800 


12 908 


710 


757 


2 469 


4 272 


4 700 


14 168 


1 035 


2 301 


4 354 


3 716 


2 762 


6 330 


650 


642 


1 804 


2 117 


1 117 


3 445 


532 


1 063 


1 072 


496 


282 


6 578 


60 


115 


665 


2 155 


3 583 


10 723 


503 


1 238 


3 282 


3 220 


2 480 


21 571 


781 


983 


3 301 


6 883 


9 623 


39 312 


1 381 


3 474 


7 767 


13 095 


13 595 


18 976 


128 


728 


2 946 


6 296 


8 878 


30 336 


608 


1 771 


5 550 


10 862 


11 545 


252 


12 


7 


30 


74 


129 


602 


6 


42 


135 


169 


250 


1 506 


630 


243 


212 


275 


146 


6 912 


704 


1 556 


1 869 


1 580 


1 203 


643 


6 


5 


92 


210 


330 


474 


45 


50 


46 


164 


169 


194 


5 


- 


21 


28 


140 


988 


18 


55 


167 


320 


428 


2 231 


36 


59 


177 


630 


1 329 


16 682 


464 


1 229 


2 655 


5 846 


6 488 


10.3 


4.6 


6.0 


5.4 


9.2 


13.8 


42.4 


33.5 


35.4 


34.2 


44.6 


47.6 


2 243 


21 


38 


125 


613 


1 446 


15 649 


480 


1 183 


2 527 


5 063 


6 396 


2 714 


41 


58 


196 


718 


1 701 


8 680 


268 


611 


1 688 


3 003 


3 110 


1 606 


5 


64 


178 


501 


858 


3 973 


142 


388 


779 


1 493 


1 171 


1 525 


14 


18 


223 


539 


731 


2 384 


134 


206 


558 


768 


718 


3 169 


63 


129 


455 


1 145 


1 377 


4 161 


137 


492 


1 028 


1 370 


1 134 


3 147 


114 


176 


593 


1 051 


1 213 


2 216 


115 


263 


585 


774 


479 


4 305 


322 


265 


903 


1 470 


1 345 


1 824 


70 


241 


511 


517 


485 


2 464 


185 


205 


545 


711 


818 


410 


26 


76 


81 


105 


122 


401 


16 


30 


83 


135 


137 


90 


15 


14 


10 


25 


26 


$19 267 


$28 617 


$25 327 


$23 723 


$19 681 


$15 297 


$7 188 


$9 073 


$9 493 


$8 940 


$7 280 


$5 653 


$21 238 


$28 724 


$26 125 


$24 424 


$22 960 


$17 809 


$9 523 


$11 194 


$11 400 


$10 866 


$9 385 


$8 243 



121-30 CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 



METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



Table A— 32 Units in Structure for Owner- and Renter-Occupied Housing Units With a Black Householder: 1980 



The SMSA 



Occupied housing units 

Condominium housing units 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER 

Married-couple families 

15 to 24 years _ 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 yeors 

45 to 64 years 

65 yeors ond over 

Male householder, no wife present 

15 to 24 yeors 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 yeors ond over 

Female householder, no husband present 

15 to 24 yeors 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 yeors and over 

Median age 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

1979 to March 1980 

1975 to 1978 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1959 or earlier 

ROOMS 

1 room 

2 rooms 

3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 or more rooms 

Median 

PLUMBING FACILITIES BY PERSONS PER ROOM 
Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

0.50 or less 

0.51 to 1.00 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

Lacking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

0.50 or less 

0.51 to 1.00 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

BEDROOMS 

None 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 or more 

HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1979 

Less than $5,000 

$5,000 to $9,999 

$10,000 to $12,499 

$12,500 to $14,999 

$15,000 to $19,999 

$20,000 to $24,999 

$25,000 to $34,999 

$35,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 or more 

Median 

Mean 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

Heating equipment 

Steam or hot water system 

Central worm-air furnace or electric heat pump 

Other built-in electric units 

Floor, wall, or pipeless furnace 

Other meons 

Air conditioning 

Central system 

Vehicles available 

1 

2 or more 

House heating fuel 

Utility gos 

Bottled, tank, or LP gas 

Electricity 

Fuel oil, kerosene, etc. 

Other 

Wafer heating fuel 

Utility gas 

Bottled, tank, or LP gos 

Electricity 

Fuel oil, kerosene, etc. 

Other 

Family householder 

With own children under 18 years 

With own children under 6 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

With own children under 18 years 

With own children under 6 years 

Nonfamily householder 

Income in 1979 below poverty level 

Percent below poverty level 



[Data are estimates based on o 


sample, see In 


traduction. For meaning of symbols, see Introduction. For 


definitions of terms, see appendixes A ond B] 






Owner-occupied housing units 


Renter-occupied housing units 




1 unit, 




Mobile 




1 unit. 












Mobile 




detached or 


2 or more 


home or 




detached or 




3 and 4 




10 to 49 5C 


or more 


home or 


Total 


attached 


units 


trailer, etc. 


Total 


ottached 


2 units 


units 


5 to 9 units 


units 


units 


troiler. etc. 


21 574 


17 731 


3 809 


34 


39 387 


5 407 


3 610 


7 351 


8 236 


11 125 


3 578 


80 


213 


96 


117 


- 


760 


209 


23 


54 


173 


204 


97 


- 


13 706 


11 861 


1 822 


23 


8 199 


1 828 


956 


1 630 


1 391 


1 862 


525 


7 


173 


136 


31 


6 


1 067 


142 


62 


172 


211 


368 


112 


_ 


2 091 


1 887 


204 


- 


2 658 


540 


241 


527 


485 


696 


162 


7 


3 176 


2 959 


211 


6 


1 352 


464 


154 


182 


171 


346 


35 


_ 


6 046 


5 094 


941 


11 


2 069 


507 


290 


513 


320 


314 


125 


_ 


2 220 


1 785 


435 


- 


1 053 


175 


209 


236 


204 


138 


91 


_ 


2 129 


1 526 


592 


11 


9 210 


642 


697 


1 784 


2 037 


3 064 


958 


28 


79 


43 


28 


8 


1 488 


75 


80 


305 


299 


595 


124 


10 


314 


237 


77 


- 


2 344 


194 


129 


452 


537 


843 


183 


6 


405 


300 


102 


3 


1 324 


85 


122 


276 


224 


559 


58 


_ 


794 


580 


214 


- 


2 507 


177 


206 


475 


640 


761 


241 


7 


537 


366 


171 


- 


1 547 


111 


160 


276 


337 


306 


352 


5 


5 739 


4 344 


1 395 


- 


21 978 


2 937 


1 957 


3 937 


4 808 


6 199 


2 095 


45 


45 


13 


32 


- 


3 988 


466 


256 


713 


1 013 


1 269 


265 


6 


509 


404 


105 


- 


5 850 


923 


484 


985 


1 208 


2 007 


243 


_ 


1 118 


943 


175 


- 


2 898 


517 


216 


495 


731 


773 


166 


_ 


2 532 


1 976 


556 


- 


5 583 


718 


591 


1 078 


1 294 


1 328 


556 


18 


1 535 


1 008 


527 


- 


3 659 


313 


410 


666 


562 


822 


865 


21 


50.7 


49.6 


56.5 


40.0 


38.7 


37.9 


46.0 


40.3 


38.4 


34.2 


56.3 


62.2 


1 851 


1 477 


368 


6 


13 465 


1 748 


1 029 


2 461 


2 797 


4 298 


1 120 


12 


4 625 


3 955 


664 


6 


13 768 


1 754 


1 143 


2 619 


2 719 


4 119 


1 365 


49 


4 679 


4 081 


587 


11 


6 777 


905 


626 


1 218 


1 523 


1 722 


764 


19 


6 451 


5 392 


1 048 


11 


3 877 


730 


583 


746 


796 


773 


249 


_ 


3 968 


2 826 


1 142 


- 


1 500 


270 


229 


307 


401 


213 


80 


- 


11 


_ 


11 


_ 


1 299 


36 


27 


106 


293 


457 


380 


_ 


64 


26 


38 


- 


4 185 


83 


92 


512 


1 322 


1 534 


607 


35 


779 


228 


551 


- 


12 231 


478 


866 


2 489 


2 502 


4 246 


1 618 


32 


1 844 


1 031 


802 


11 


12 456 


1 738 


1 373 


2 731 


2 614 


3 259 


728 


13 


4 987 


4 073 


914 


- 


5 921 


1 388 


762 


1 092 


1 175 


1 278 


226 


_ 


5 806 


5 294 


507 


5 


2 086 


927 


276 


275 


279 


310 


19 


_ 


8 083 


7 079 


986 


18 


1 209 


757 


214 


146 


51 


41 


_ 


_ 


6.0 


6.2 


5.0 


6.6 


3.7 


4.8 


4 1 


3.7 


3.5 


3.3 


30 


2.7 


21 279 


17 653 


3 597 


29 


38 224 


5 336 


3 496 


7 153 


7 918 


10 771 


3 470 


80 


12 091 


9 857 


2 219 


15 


19 663 


1 833 


1 922 


3 826 


3 879 


5 903 


2 250 


50 


8 064 


6 924 


1 126 


14 


15 138 


2 725 


1 288 


2 736 


3 146 


4 115 


1 098 


30 


953 


754 


199 


- 


2 663 


691 


229 


456 


623 


598 


66 


_ 


171 


118 


53 


- 


760 


87 


57 


135 


270 


155 


56 


_ 


295 


78 


212 


5 


1 163 


71 


114 


198 


318 


354 


108 


_ 


143 


29 


109 


5 


462 


25 


34 


73 


125 


171 


34 


_ 


125 


28 


97 


- 


560 


35 


52 


101 


157 


148 


67 


_ 


23 


17 


6 


- 


87 


- 


12 


10 


23 


35 


7 


_ 


4 


4 


- 


- 


54 


11 


16 


14 


13 


- 


- 


- 


11 


_ 


11 


_ 


1 627 


44 


35 


113 


370 


583 


472 


10 


1 462 


479 


975 


8 


17 048 


650 


1 323 


3 420 


3 701 


5 762 


2 140 


52 


5 467 


4 185 


1 279 


3 


14 226 


2 148 


1 623 


2 987 


2 921 


3 716 


813 


18 


9 689 


8 845 


827 


17 


4 934 


1 777 


417 


650 


1 008 


948 


134 


_ 


3 898 


3 400 


492 


6 


1 269 


669 


145 


122 


198 


116 


19 


_ 


1 047 


822 


225 


- 


283 


119 


67 


59 


38 


- 


- 


- 


2 243 


1 584 


654 


5 


15 649 


1 565 


1 275 


2 670 


3 833 


4 089 


2 194 


23 


2 714 


1 996 


710 


8 


8 680 


1 148 


908 


1 673 


1 901 


2 456 


563 


31 


1 606 


1 235 


368 


3 


3 973 


548 


375 


901 


680 


1 211 


252 


6 


1 525 


1 215 


310 


- 


2 384 


442 


212 


428 


437 


748 


117 


_ 


3 169 


2 686 


471 


12 


4 161 


685 


401 


825 


697 


1 366 


187 


_ 


3 147 


2 683 


464 


- 


2 216 


484 


247 


419 


311 


626 


116 


13 


4 305 


3 759 


540 


6 


1 824 


420 


162 


298 


325 


483 


129 


7 


2 464 


2 222 


242 


- 


410 


102 


30 


123 


35 


108 


12 


_ 


401 


351 


50 


- 


90 


13 


- 


14 


17 


38 


8 


_ 


$19 267 


$20 268 


$13 891 


$17 708 


$7 188 


$9 957 


$7 449 


$8 020 


$5 715 


$7 832 


$4 241 


$6 371 


$21 238 


$22 270 


$16 498 


$14 319 


$9 523 


$11 945 


$9 714 


$9 981 


$8 156 


$9 853 


$6 835 


$10 138 


21 571 


17 731 


3 806 


34 


39 312 


5 407 


3 604 


7 344 


8 203 


11 105 


3 569 


80 


1 973 


1 368 


605 


- 


13 468 


767 


543 


2 433 


3 168 


5 138 


1 381 


38 


17 568 


14 886 


2 656 


26 


16 494 


3 518 


2 104 


3 029 


2 693 


3 657 


1 479 


14 


183 


118 


65 


- 


3 327 


214 


72 


425 


690 


1 370 


536 


20 


595 


448 


147 


- 


1 614 


265 


178 


276 


397 


400 


98 


- 


1 252 


911 


333 


8 


4 409 


643 


707 


1 181 


1 255 


540 


75 


8 


12 908 


11 009 


1 887 


12 


14 168 


1 649 


922 


2 402 


2 162 


5 353 


1 656 


24 


6 330 


5 807 


511 


12 


3 445 


462 


212 


372 


495 


1 200 


691 


13 


19 127 


16 070 


3 023 


34 


19 518 


3 297 


1 954 


4 002 


3 179 


5 755 


1 311 


20 


7 521 


5 965 


1 545 


11 


14 969 


2 214 


1 440 


3 083 


2 542 


4 650 


1 034 


6 


11 606 


10 105 


1 478 


23 


4 549 


1 083 


514 


919 


637 


1 105 


277 


14 


21 571 


17 731 


3 806 


34 


39 312 


5 407 


3 604 


7 344 


8 203 


11 105 


3 569 


BO 


18 976 


15 454 


3 491 


31 


30 336 


4 605 


3 281 


6 223 


6 363 


7 675 


2 134 


55 


252 


206 


46 


- 


602 


72 


76 


134 


114 


173 


28 


5 


1 506 


1 330 


176 


- 


6 912 


536 


160 


875 


1 418 


2 744 


1 159 


20 


643 


594 


46 


3 


474 


138 


73 


29 


47 


83 


104 


- 


194 


147 


47 


- 


988 


56 


14 


83 


261 


430 


144 


- 


21 530 


17 687 


3 809 


34 


39 186 


5 357 


3 604 


7 334 


8 175 


11 073 


3 563 


BO 


19 129 


15 559 


3 545 


25 


30 255 


4 588 


3 248 


6 211 


6 386 


7 585 


2 185 


52 


570 


442 


122 


6 


1 373 


275 


171 


223 


223 


443 


38 


- 


1 791 


1 646 


142 


3 


6 986 


465 


156 


850 


1 427 


2 838 


1 222 


28 


21 


21 


- 


- 


150 


5 


15 


13 


12 


37 


68 


- 


19 


19 


- 


- 


422 


24 


14 


37 


127 


170 


50 


- 


18 12B 


15 406 


2 691 


31 


22 391 


4 450 


2 267 


4 174 


4 833 


5 534 


1 103 


30 


9 638 


8 593 


1 033 


12 


15 862 


3 534 


1 350 


2 803 


3 513 


3 978 


671 


13 


3 019 


2 640 


373 


6 


8 287 


1 608 


610 


1 544 


1 867 


2 238 


407 


13 


3 657 


2 912 


745 


- 


12 915 


2 410 


1 164 


2 317 


3 197 


3 295 


516 


16 


1 902 


1 587 


315 


- 


10 365 


2 007 


852 


1 774 


2 580 


2 725 


421 


6 


361 


266 


95 


- 


5 179 


941 


339 


914 


1 345 


1 423 


211 


6 


3 446 


2 325 


1 118 


3 


16 996 


957 


1 343 


3 177 


3 403 


5 591 


2 475 


50 


2 231 


1 670 


556 


5 


16 682 


2 001 


1 390 


2 771 


4 229 


4 309 


1 959 


23 


103 


9.4 


14.6 


14.7 


42 4 


37 


38.5 


377 


51 3 


387 


54 8 


288 



METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 121-31 



Table A— 33 Owner- and Renter-Occupied Housing Units With a Black Householder by Size of Household: 1980 

[Data are estimates based on a sample, see Introduction. For meaning of symbols, see Introduction. For definitions of terms, see appendixes A and B] 

The SMSA 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Nonrelotives present 

ROOMS 

1 to 3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 rooms 

8 or more rooms 

Median 

PLUMBING FACILITIES BY PERSONS PER ROOM 
Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1 .00 or less 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

Lacking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1.00 or less 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

UNITS IN STRUaURE 

1, detached or oftoched 

2 or more 

Mobile home or trailer, etc. 

VALUE 

Specified owner-occupied housing units 

Less than $10,000 

$10,000 to $19,999 

$20,000 to $29,999 

$30,000 to $39,999 

$40,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 to $59,999 

$60,000 to $79,999 

$80,000 to $99,999 

$100,000 to $149,999 

$150,000 or more 

Median 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

All income levels in 1979 

Median income 

Median selected monthly owner costs as percentage of 

household income 

With a mortgage 

Not mortgaged 

Income in 1979 below poverty level 

Median income 

Median selected monthly owner costs as percentage of 

household income 

With a mortgage 

Not mortgaged 

Renter-occupied housing units 

Nonrelotives present 

ROOMS 

1 room 

2 rooms 

3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 or more rooms 

Median 

PLUMBING FACILITIES BY PERSONS PER ROOM 
Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1.00 or less 

1.01 to 1.50 

1 .51 or more 

Lacking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1.00 or less 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

UNITS IN STRUQURE 

1, detached or attached 

2 

3 and 4 

5 to 9 

10 to 49 

50 or more 

Mobile home or trailer, etc. 

GROSS RENT 

Specified renter-occupied housing units 

Less thon $100 

$100 to $149 

$150 to $199 

$200 to $249 

$250 to $299 

$300 to $349 

$350 to $399 

$400 to $499 

$500 or more 

No cash rent 

Median 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

All income levels in 1979 

Median income 

Median gross rent as percentage of household income _ 

Income in 1979 below poverty level 

Median income 

Median gross rent os percentage of household income . 



















8 or more 






Total 


1 person 


2 persons 


3 persons 


4 persons 


5 persons 


6 persons 


7 persons 


persons 


Median 


Total persons 


21 574 


2 999 


5 518 


3 948 


3 871 


2 433 


1 288 


1 030 


487 


3.07 


74 716 


1 170 


- 


334 


248 


187 


133 


99 


131 


38 


3.52 


4 786 


854 


408 


209 


87 


60 


52 


21 


5 


12 


1.59 


2 039 


1 844 


588 


754 


254 


128 


67 


24 


25 


4 


1.94 


4 369 


4 987 


935 


1 620 


930 


737 


424 


198 


107 


36 


2.46 


14 351 


5 806 


602 


1 547 


1 251 


1 109 


600 


393 


226 


78 


3 10 


20 101 


3 838 


252 


800 


701 


869 


602 


243 


268 


103 


3.69 


14 900 


4 245 


214 


588 


725 


968 


688 


409 


399 


254 


4.12 


18 956 


6.0 


5.0 


5.6 


6.1 


6.4 


6.6 


6.5 


7.1 


7.6 






21 279 


2 922 


5 442 


3 917 


3 820 


2 431 


1 275 


1 005 


467 


3.08 


73 661 


20 155 


2 922 


5 442 


3 886 


3 760 


2 312 


1 032 


649 


152 


2.94 


65 562 


953 


_ 


- 


31 


57 


67 


222 


326 


250 


6.81 


6 992 


171 


- 


- 


- 


3 


52 


21 


30 


65 


6.82 


1 107 


295 


77 


76 


31 


51 


2 


13 


25 


20 


2.43 


1 055 


268 


77 


76 


31 


51 


2 


13 


18 


- 


2.25 


872 


23 


— 


— 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7 


16 


8.25 


138 


4 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4 


8.00 


45 


17 731 


2 022 


4 457 


3 366 


3 276 


2 209 


1 094 


925 


382 


3.21 


61 250 


3 809 


974 


1 050 


568 


589 


224 


194 


105 


105 


2.39 


13 366 


34 


3 


11 


14 


6 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2.71 


, 100 


16 483 


1 877 


4 193 


3 127 


3 048 


2 041 


992 


856 


349 


3.19 


55 953 


400 


154 


103 


35 


26 


48 


18 


15 


1 


1.95 


1 114 


1 956 


415 


637 


342 


171 


132 


59 


160 


40 


2.38 


5 476 


3 244 


504 


962 


517 


468 


276 


180 


146 


91 


2.80 


10 124 


3 951 


392 


930 


781 


769 


450 


350 


177 


102 


3.34 


13 819 


3 395 


180 


749 


789 


741 


464 


206 


197 


69 


3.47 


12 331 


1 642 


116 


373 


306 


403 


292 


82 


59 


11 


3.56 


6 108 


1 474 


87 


376 


273 


373 


179 


75 


82 


29 


3.50 


5 227 


317 


29 


44 


64 


78 


60 


22 


14 


6 


3.78 


1 316 


85 


- 


12 


20 


19 


28 


- 


6 


_ 


4.05 


364 


19 


- 


7 


- 


- 


12 


- 


- 


- 


4.71 


74 


$36 800 


$26 500 


$34 100 


$38 600 


$41 200 


$40 300 


$37 200 


$35 100 


$36 100 






21 574 


2 999 


5 518 


3 948 


3 871 


2 433 


1 288 


1 030 


487 


3.07 


74 716 


$19 267 


$6 728 


$15 394 


$20 715 


$24 366 


$25 097 


$22 149 


$22 852 


$24 536 






19.7 


32.2 


20.9 


18.5 


18.2 


17.6 


19.7 


16.7 


19.3 






20.4 


30.4 


22.2 


20.3 


18.7 


18.3 


21.1 


18.4 


20.9 






16.4 


33.4 


17.2 


12.0 


11.5 


10- 


13.6 


lo- 


10- 






2 231 


729 


504 


240 


206 


184 


160 


rn 


83 


2.27 




$3 537 


$2 772 


$3 176 


$3 149 


$4 221 


$4 933 


$6 179 


$7 583 


$7 463 






50 + 


50 + 


50 + 


50 + 


50 + 


50 + 


50 + 


50 + 


50 + 






50+ 


50+ 


50 + 


50 + 


50+ 


50 + 


50 + 


50+ 


50+ 






50+ 


48.5 


50 + 


50 + 


32.5 


24.4 


49.4 


32.5 


22.5 






39 387 


15 564 


8 757 


6 114 


4 216 


2 372 


1 176' 


777 


411 


1.97 


94 505 


2 895 


- 


1 259 


725 


472 


157 


161 


88 


33 


2.76 


9 041 


1 299 


1 097 


116 


26 


29 


17 


_ 


14 


_ 


1.09 


1 636 


4 185 


3 263 


567 


223 


117 


10 


5 


- 


- 


1.14 


5 601 


12 231 


7 620 


3 003 


982 


392 


119 


89 


21 


5 


1.30 


19 160 


12 456 


2 681 


3 637 


3 121 


1 951 


745 


213 


102 


6 


2.48 


32 255 


5 921 


703 


1 133 


1 282 


1 064 


914 


502 


223 


100 


3.38 


20 701 


2 086 


174 


222 


318 


396 


355 


269 


259 


93 


4.33 


9 352 


1 209 


26 


79 


162 


267 


212 


98 


158 


207 


4.83 


5 800 


3.7 


2.9 


3.7 


4.1 


4.3 


4.8 


5.1 


5.6 


6.5 






38 224 


15 054 


8 499 


5 963 


4 082 


2 302 


1 159 


768 


397 


1.98 


91 753 


34 801 


15 054 


8 394 


5 736 


3 595 


1 434 


367 


158 


63 


1.78 


72 873 


2 663 


- 


- 


208 


357 


727 


698 


482 


191 


5.56 


14 927 


760 


- 


105 


19 


130 


141 


94 


128 


143 


5.39 


3 953 


1 163 


510 


258 


151 


134 


70 


17 


9 


14 


1.78 


2 752 


1 022 


510 


247 


129 


83 


47 


- 


- 


6 


1.50 


2 084 


87 


_ 


_ 


15 


35 


18 


17 


- 


2 


4.31 


423 


54 


- 


11 


7 


16 


5 


- 


9 


6 


4.06 


245 


5 407 


807 


873 


1 143 


963 


758 


390 


291 


182 


3.40 


18 817 


3 610 


1 195 


946 


625 


391 


199 


139 


62 


53 


2.14 


8 956 


7 351 


2 872 


1 762 


1 113 


805 


444 


206 


105 


44 


1.96 


17 157 


8 236 


3 160 


1 964 


1 210 


944 


478 


206 


190 


84 


1.99 


20 167 


11 125 


5 126 


2 590 


1 724 


882 


437 


214 


113 


39 


1.67 


23 380 


3 578 


2 354 


605 


286 


231 


56 


21 


16 


9 


1.26 


5 919 


80 


50 


17 


13 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1.30 


109 


38 352 


15 442 


8 620 


5 849 


4 017 


2 220 


1 070 


740 


394 


1.93 


91 451 


9 518 


5 285 


1 511 


1 029 


896 


456 


173 


106 


62 


1.40 


19 725 


7 145 


3 174 


1 486 


893 


725 


432 


217 


148 


70 


1.77 


16 752 


8 685 


3 743 


2 239 


1 240 


688 


365 


207 


142 


61 


1.77 


19 089 


6 334 


1 954 


1 754 


1 217 


731 


382 


166 


112 


18 


2.19 


15 514 


3 273 


769 


873 


692 


489 


238 


80 


59 


73 


2.49 


9 135 


1 534 


220 


458 


351 


188 


150 


75 


55 


37 


2.75 


4 731 


705 


85 


123 


221 


90 


101 


55 


26 


4 


3.15 


2 362 


646 


86 


55 


89 


147 


69 


97 


57 


46 


4.13 


2 493 


122 


8 


9 


14 


17 


23 


_ 


32 


19 


5.07 


781 


390 


118 


112 


103 


46 


4 


- 


3 


4 


2.19 


869 


$163 


$136 


$180 


$191 


$179 


$175 


$185 


$173 


$203 






39 387 


15 564 


8 757 


6 114 


4 216 


2 372 


1 176 


777 


411 


1.97 


94 505 


$7 188 


$4 526 


$8 261 


$8 857 


$8 530 


$9 777 


$11 544 


$11 698 


$16 341 






24.4 


27.5 


23.4 


23.8 


21.7 


20.9 


19.1 


19.2 


16.5 






16 682 


7 187 


2 899 


2 377 


2 002 


1 107 


527 


392 


191 


1.90 




$3 075 


$2500- 


$3 075 


$3 395 


$4 187 


$4 771 


$5 880 


$6 469 


$8 803 






43.4 


46.3 


49.2 


50+ 


33.1 


33.3 


31.3 


32.2 


24.3 







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METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 121-33 



Table A— 35. Age and Sex of Householder in One-Person Households for Owner- and Renter-Occupied Housing Units 
With a Black Householder: 1980 



The SMSA 



Owner-occupied housing units 

PLUMBING FACILITIES 

Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

Lacking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

UNITS IN STRUCTURE 

1, detached or attached 

2 or more 

Mobile home or Trailer, etc. 

HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1979 

Less than S5.000 

$5,000 to $9.999 

$10,000 to $12,499 

$12,500 to $14.999 

$15 000 to $19.999 

$20,000 to $24,999 

$25,000 to $34.999 

$35,000 to $49.999 

$50,000 or more 

Median 

Mean 

MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED MONTHLY 
OWNER COSTS 

Specified owner-occupied housing units 

With a mortgage 

Less thon $200 

$200 to $249 

$250 to $299 

$300 to $349 

$350 to $399 

$400 to $499 

$500 to $599 

$600 to $749 

$750 or more 

Median 

Not mortgaged 

Less than $50 

$50 to $74 

$75 to $99 

$100 to $124 

$125 to $149 

$150 to $199 

$200 to $249 

$250 or more 

Median 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

Median selected monthly owner costs as percentage of 

household income in 1979 

With a mortgage 

Not mortgaged 

Income in 1979 below poverty level 

Percent below poverty level 

Renter-occupied housing units 

PLUMBING FACILITIES 

Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

Lacking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

UNITS IN STRUQURE 

1, detached or attached 

2 

3 and 4 

5 to 9 

10 to 49 

50 or more 

Mobile home or troiler, etc. 

HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1979 

Less thon $5,000 

$5,000 to $9,999 

$10,000 to $12.499 

$12,500 to $14.999 

$15,000 to $19.999 

$20,000 to $24,999 

$25,000 to $34,999 

$35,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 or more 

Median 

Mean 

GROSS RENT 

Specified rent°r-occupied housing units 

Less than $100 

$100 to $149 

$150 to $199 

$200 to $249 

$250 to $299 

$300 to $349 

$350 to $399 

$400 to $499 

$500 or more 

No cosh rent 

Median 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

Median gross rent as percentage of household income in 

1979 

Income in 1979 below poverty level 

Percent below poverty level 



[Data ore estimates based on a 


sample, see 


Introduction. 


For meaning 


of symbols. 


see Introduction. For definitions of terms 


see appendixes A and B] 










Male householder 


Female householder 




15 to 24 


25 to 34 


35 to 44 


45 to 64 


65 years 




15 to 24 


25 to 34 


35 to 44 


45 to 64 


65 yeors 




Totol 


Total 


yeors 


years 


years 


years 


and over 


Total 


yeors 


yeors 


years 


years 


and over 




2 999 


1 166 


32 


140 


239 


397 


358 


1 833 


3 


98 


97 


735 


900 




2 922 


1 136 


32 


140 


233 


379 


352 


1 786 


3 


98 


97 


731 


857 




77 


30 


- 


- 


6 


18 


6 


47 


- 


- 


- 


4 


43 




2 022 


743 


8 


97 


153 


267 


218 


1 279 




66 


54 


554 


605 




974 
3 


420 

3 


24 


43 


83 
3 


130 


140 


554 


3 


32 


43 


181 


295 




1 187 


275 




17 


18 


60 


180 


912 




10 




265 


637 




765 


283 


6 


10 


25 


90 


152 


482 


3 


6 


32 


231 


210 




256 


111 


5 


19 


54 


18 


15 


145 


- 


21 


7 


78 


39 




225 


113 


8 


- 


44 


50 


11 


112 


- 


4 


16 


78 


14 




204 


137 


13 


33 


28 


63 


- 


67 


- 


6 


15 


46 


- 




213 


155 


- 


27 


49 


79 


- 


58 


- 


12 


15 


31 


- 




111 


66 


- 


21 


17 


28 


- 


45 


- 


33 


12 


- 


- 




26 


20 


- 


7 


4 


9 


- 


6 


- 


- 


- 


6 


- 




12 


6 


- 


6 


- 


- 


- 


6 


- 


6 


- 


- 


- 




$6 728 


$10 563 


$14 063 


$19 167 


$13 778 


$14 025 


$4 983 


$5 039 


$8 750 


$20 833 


$13 984 


$7 083 


* $4 056 




$9 533 


$12 725 


$14 013 


$21 625 


$14 927 


$14 580 


$5 602 


$7 503 


$9 885 


$21 046 


$15 242 


$8 173 


$4 639 




1 877 


676 


8 


71 


149 


241 


207 


1 201 




60 


43 


521 


577 




957 


408 


8 


60 


135 


151 


54 


549 


- 


60 


37 


323 


129 




170 


58 


- 


- 


30 


14 


14 


112 


- 


10 


8 


35 


59 




191 


55 


- 


- 


30 


5 


20 


136 


- 


6 


3 


88 


39 




152 


54 


- 


11 


17 


21 


5 


98 


- 


10 


7 


81 


_ 




210 


109 


- 


17 


20 


61 


11 


101 


- 


8 


- 


67 


26 




86 


42 


- 


7 


10 


21 


4 


44 


- 


5 


15 


24 


- 




46 


35 


8 


4 


23 


- 


- 


11 


- 


- 


4 


7 


_ 




52 


27 


- 


10 


5 


12 


- 


25 


- 


4 


- 


21 


_ 




14 


6 


- 


6 


- 


- 


- 


8 


- 


8 


- 


- 


- 




36 


22 


- 


5 


- 


17 


- 


14 


- 


9 


- 


- 


5 




$289 


$317 


$425 


$364 


$272 


$329 


$232 


$264 


- 


$325 


$352 


$274 


$207 




920 


268 


- 


11 


14 


90 


153 


652 


- 


- 


6 


198 


448 




22 


7 


- 


- 


7 


- 


- 


15 


- 


- 


- 


11 


4 




91 


35 


- 


- 


- 


14 


21 


56 


- 


- 


- 


- 


56 




210 


47 


- 


- 


- 


29 


18 


163 


- 


- 


- 


43 


120 




116 


52 


- 


- 


7 


23 


22 


64 


- 


- 


6 


21 


37 




217 


59 


- 


11 


- 


19 


29 


158 


- 


- 


- 


42 


116 




183 


52 


- 


- 


- 


5 


47 


131 


- 


- 


- 


59 


72 




63 


4 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4 


59 


- 


- 


- 


22 


37 




18 


12 


- 


— 


- 


- 


12 


6 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6 




$127 


$122 


— 


$138 


$75 


$102 


$138 


$129 


~ 


— 


$113 


$139 


$127 




32.2 


25.8 


37.5 


20.4 


24.2 


23.0 


40.1 


35.1 




28.1 


24.0 


35.1 


37.4 




30.4 


25.7 


37.5 


21.9 


25.4 


24.4 


49.2 


35.9 


- 


28.1 


25.6 


34.7 


50 + 




33.4 


26.0 


- 


17.5 


15.0 


14.1 


38.2 


34.6 


- 


- 


22.5 


35.5 


34.4 




729 


155 


_ 


17 


14 


54 


70 


574 


_ 


10 


_ 


211 


353 




24.3 


13.3 


- 


12.1 


5.9 


13.6 


19.6 


31.3 


- 


10.2 


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28.7 


39.2 




15 564 


7 027 


946 


1 715 


966 


2 042 


1 358 


8 537 


917 


1 137 


601 


2 858 


3 024 




15 054 


6 726 


883 


1 645 


945 


1 926 


1 327 


8 328 


901 


1 122 


569 


2 772 


2 964 




510 


301 


63 


70 


21 


116 


31 


209 


16 


15 


32 


86 


60 




807 


314 


30 


47 


53 


88 


96 


493 


12 


51 


45 


191 


194 




1 195 


493 


37 


85 


103 


143 


125 


702 


32 


96 


47 


230 


297 




2 872 


1 334 


182 


368 


194 


372 


218 


1 538 


164 


192 


95 


586 


501 




3 160 


1 635 


210 


398 


154 


555 


318 


1 525 


156 


161 


154 


596 


458 




5 126 


2 406 


396 


660 


409 


673 


268 


2 720 


437 


564 


214 


784 


721 




2 354 


824 


81 


151 


53 


211 


328 


1 530 


116 


73 


46 


463 


832 




50 


21 


10 


6 


- 


- 


5 


29 


- 


- 


- 


8 


21 




8 644 


2 921 


332 


315 


291 


948 


1 035 


5 723 


433 


320 


208 


2 032 


2 730 




2 678 


1 392 


259 


358 


164 


350 


261 


1 286 


230 


225 


163 


453 


215 




1 398 


695 


99 


289 


102 


190 


15 


703 


149 


249 


65 


207 


33 




777 


454 


112 


161 


68 


95 


18 


323 


35 


122 


50 


96 


20 




1 271 


916 


107 


392 


183 


228 


6 


355 


49 


153 


108 


34 


11 




543 


439 


24 


149 


99 


150 


17 


104 


16 


60 


7 


15 


6 




180 


151 


7 


51 


49 


38 


6 


29 


5 


2 


- 


13 


9 




44 


30 


6 


- 


- 


24 


- 


14 


- 


6 


- 


8 


- 




29 


29 


- 


- 


10 


19 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




$4 526 


$7 156 


$7 602 


$11 596 


$10 686 


$5 992 


$3 799 


$3 795 


$5 540 


$10 236 


$8 412 


$3 329 


$3 227 




$6 974 


$8 976 


$8 337 


$11 559 


$11 658 


$8 940 


$4 308 


$5 325 


$6 712 


$9 654 


$8 571 


$4 601 


$3 316 




15 442 


6 985 


941 


1 705 


966 


2 026 


1 347 


8 457 


917 


1 130 


593 


2 814 


3 003 




5 285 


1 829 


113 


173 


196 


655 


692 


3 456 


97 


95 


142 


1 188 


1 934 




3 174 


1 620 


196 


309 


207 


588 


320 


1 554 


110 


163 


111 


665 


505 




3 743 


1 892 


381 


594 


284 


421 


212 


1 851 


419 


380 


129 


545 


378 




1 954 


971 


167 


388 


150 


229 


37 


983 


195 


275 


99 


312 


102 




769 


377 


47 


121 


67 


108 


34 


392 


69 


136 


84 


64 


39 




220 


142 


26 


75 


34 


_ 


7 


78 


12 


25 


7 


28 


6 




85 


55 


- 


25 


24 


- 


6 


30 


- 


14 


9 


7 


- 




86 


33 


11 


6 


4 


7 


5 


53 


15 


32 


6 


- 


- 




8 


4 


- 


- 


- 


4 


- 


4 


- 


4 


- 


- 


- 




118 


62 


- 


14 


- 


14 


34 


56 


- 


6 


6 


5 


39 




$136 


$150 


$172 


$184 


$163 


$125 


$96 


$123 


$184 


$191 


$160 


$113 


$76 




27.5 


23.5 


25.6 


19.4 


18.0 


23.7 


29.5 


30.7 


32.4 


24.1 


27.5 


34.9 


32.2 




7 187 


2 366 


303 


290 


257 


804 


712 


4 821 


323 


273 


189 


1 806 


2 230 




46.2 


33.7 


32.0 


16.9 


26.6 


39.4 


52.4 


56.5 


35.2 


24.0 


31.4 


63.2 


73.7 



121-34 CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 



METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



Value of Owner-Occupied Housing Units: 1980 

[Data are estimates bosed on a sample, see Introduction For meaning of symbols, see Introduction. For definitions of terms, see appendixes A and B] 



Table B-l. 



Cincinnati city 



Specified owner-occupied housing units 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER 

Married-couple families 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Male householder, no wife present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Female householder, no husband present 

15 to 24 yeors 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years ond over 

Median age 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

1979 to March 1980 

1975 to 1978 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1959 or earlier 

ROOMS 

1 to 3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 rooms 

8 or more rooms 

Median 

BEDROOMS 

None 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 or more 

YEAR STRUaURE BUILT 

1975 to Morch 1980 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1950 to 1959 

1940 to 1949 

1939 or earlier 

HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1979 

Less than $5,000 

$5,000 to $9,999 

$10,000 to $12,499 

$12,500 to $14,999 

$15,000 to $19,999 

$20,000 to $24.999 

$25,000 to $34,999 

$35,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 or more 

Median 

Mean 

MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED MONTHLY 
OWNER COSTS AS PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD 
INCOME IN 1979 

With a mortgage 

Less than 15 percent 

15 to 19 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 

Not mortgaged 

Less than 10 percent 

10 to 14 percent 

15 to 19 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1 01 or more persons per room 

Lacking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1.01 or more persons per room 

Heating equipment 

Central heating system 

Air conditioning 

Central system 

Income in 1979 below poverty level 

Percent below poverty level 







$10,000 


$20,000 


$30,000 


$40,000 


$50,000 


$60,000 


$80,000 


$100,000 










Less than 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


$150,000 


Medion 


Mean 


Total 


$10,000 


$19,999 


$29,999 


$39,999 


$49,999 


$59,999 


$79,999 


$99,999 


$149,999 


or more 


(dollars) 


(dollars) 


47 259 


828 


4 045 


7 973 


9 709 


9 231 


5 933 


5 254 


1 835 


1 520 


931 


41 100 


47 600 


32 313 


379 


2 231 


4 643 


6 528 


6 634 


4 322 


4 095 


1 457 


1 216 


808 


43 400 


50 800 


605 


10 


20 


93 


154 


160 


89 


52 


16 


11 


- 


41 300 


43 600 


6 319 


20 


207 


631 


1 196 


1 662 


1 139 


1 020 


235 


149 


60 


46 700 


50 700 


5 767 


36 


341 


649 


1 054 


1 029 


802 


948 


411 


297 


200 


47 800 


57 000 


13 121 


207 


921 


2 051 


2 700 


2 596 


1 541 


1 440 


602 


607 


456 


42 500 


52 100 


6 501 


106 


742 


1 219 


1 424 


1 187 


751 


635 


193 


152 


92 


38 200 


43 600 


4 071 


147 


490 


861 


831 


636 


460 


325 


175 


114 


32 


35 700 


42 100 


152 


- 


^3 


18 


82 


13 


11 


5 


- 


- 


- 


33 200 


34 500 


884 


- 


42 


170 


190 


167 


119 


133 


39 


18 


6 


42 300 


46 600 


560 


18 


27 


39 


117 


86 


112 


50 


63 


37 


11 


49 200 


56 800 


1 150 


67 


219 


239 


169 


192 


101 


72 


51 


28 


12 


32 600 


39 500 


1 325 


62 


179 


395 


273 


178 


117 


65 


22 


31 


3 


30 800 


35 900 


10 875 


302 


1 324 


2 469 


2 350 


1 961 


1 151 


834 


203 


190 


91 


35 300 


39 900 


53 


4 


6 


24 


12 


- 


7 


- 


- 


- 


- 


27 200 


JO 000 


865 


4 


65 


150 


172 


161 


163 


103 


19 


12 


16 


42 200 


46 100 


1 160 


25 


81 


261 


276 


240 


137 


77 


12 


35 


16 


37 600 


43 100 


4 118 


125 


496 


952 


907 


688 


453 


308 


113 


62 


14 


35 100 


39 200 


4 679 


144 


676 


1 082 


983 


872 


391 


346 


59 


81 


45 


33 800 


38 700 


53.5 


62.3 


60.3 


57.7 


54.5 


51.8 


48.9 


47.8 


47.2 


50.1 


51.0 






4 065 


66 


148 


529 


849 


776 


625 


584 


216 


148 


124 


45 300 


54 300 


9 148 


91 


478 


1 055 


1 774 


2 060 


1 386 


1 314 


426 


353 


211 


45 600 


52 300 


7 647 


87 


628 


1 194 


1 621 


1 328 


1 081 


916 


319 


313 


160 


42 400 


49 700 


12 490 


171 


1 160 


2 345 


2 467 


2 364 


1 455 


1 354 


533 


355 


286 


40 400 


47 300 


13 909 


413 


1 631 


2 850 


2 998 


2 703 


1 386 


1 086 


341 


351 


150 


36 500 


41 500 


382 


69 


104 


105 


45 


46 


7 


6 








21 100 


23 500 


2 709 


158 


664 


807 


720 


222 


84 


33 


8 


6 


7 


26 300 


27 800 


11 306 


270 


1 337 


2 977 


3 336 


2 276 


798 


236 


38 


38 


_ 


32 900 


33 700 


14 824 


214 


1 279 


2 566 


3 361 


3 774 


1 906 


1 337 


245 


107 


35 


40 000 


41 200 


8 945 


47 


403 


818 


1 399 


1 856 


1 887 


1 715 


508 


223 


39 


49 800 


52 600 


9 093 


70 


258 


700 


848 


1 057 


1 251 


1 927 


1 036 


1 146 


800 


63 700 


77 000 


6.1 


5.2 


5.4 


5.5 


5.7 


6.0 


6.6 


7.1 


7.7 


8.4 


8.5 + 






21 


5 




7 




9 












29 500 


29 600 


1 642 


129 


395 


485 


296 


169 


72 


61 


7 


21 


7 


25 700 


29 900 


13 854 


358 


1 822 


3 358 


3 824 


2 576 


1 146 


497 


122 


111 


40 


33 300 


35 400 


21 020 


241 


1 342 


3 173 


4 228 


4 719 


3 063 


2 905 


787 


398 


164 


43 300 


46 700 


8 097 


81 


376 


768 


1 070 


1 512 


1 378 


1 385 


653 


607 


267 


51 500 


60 200 


2 625 


14 


110 


182 


291 


246 


274 


406 


266 


383 


453 


72 000 


90 600 


360 


6 


8 


9 


19 


35 


43 


86 


51 


59 


44 


75 500 


91 100 


606 


- 


16 


19 


52 


62 


154 


178 


53 


37 


35 


60 000 


69 300 


3 312 


2 


48 


120 


446 


810 


627 


782 


204 


91 


182 


53 100 


63 700 


7 168 


16 


214 


774 


1 576 


1 914 


1 122 


1 006 


256 


196 


94 


45 400 


50 300 


7 662 


21 


440 


1 393 


2 031 


1 688 


993 


731 


148 


123 


94 


39 700 


44 300 


28 151 


783 


3 319 


5 658 


5 585 


4 722 


2 994 


2 471 


1 123 


1 014 


482 


37 600 


44 800 


3 469 


202 


766 


936 


628 


412 


306 


139 


34 


21 


25 


28 100 


32 600 


5 152 


182 


808 


1 400 


1 184 


841 


316 


331 


48 


33 


9 


31 400 


34 300 


3 061 


138 


385 


710 


805 


617 


243 


143 


- 


20 


- 


33 900 


34 700 


3 070 


65 


359 


649 


789 


603 


340 


199 


43 


23 


- 


35 400 


37 700 


7 724 


122 


614 


1 612 


1 923 


1 757 


871 


588 


120 


70 


47 


37 800 


40 600 


6 999 


33 


518 


1 096 


1 694 


1 452 


1 076 


792 


209 


106 


23 


41 100 


44 200 


9 436 


59 


400 


1 030 


1 711 


2 362 


1 674 


1 391 


448 


312 


49 


46 300 


50 000 


5 493 


16 


167 


473 


770 


939 


886 


1 183 


567 


370 


122 


53 600 


60 900 


2 855 


11 


28 


67 


205 


248 


221 


488 


366 


565 


656 


87 700 


107 200 


$20 777 


$10 543 


$12 942 


$15 885 


$18 783 


$21 265 


$23 983 


$27 748 


$35 276 


$40 000 


$62 712 






$24 534 


$12 516 


$14 854 


$17 018 


$21 533 


$22 681 


$25 331 


$30 045 


$38 677 


$52 184 


$82 106 






28 728 


243 


1 869 


4 329 


5 966 


5 835 


3 908 


3 616 


1 346 


999 


617 


43 400 


50 200 


9 749 


67 


540 


1 473 


1 962 


1 963 


1 197 


1 359 


546 


388 


254 


44 300 


52 200 


6 306 


26 


337 


857 


1 331 


1 380 


974 


827 


241 


219 


114 


44 700 


50 300 


4 312 


45 


257 


649 


1 080 


834 


589 


448 


199 


123 


88 


41 500 


48 600 


2 820 


37 


190 


303 


489 


644 


496 


381 


149 


101 


30 


46 100 


50 300 


1 612 


22 


116 


300 


326 


307 


228 


159 


61 


59 


34 


41 200 


49 100 


3 770 


40 


409 


706 


757 


678 


418 


437 


144 


103 


78 


39 600 


46 500 


159 


6 


20 


41 


21 


29 


6 


5 


6 


6 


19 


36 700 


57 900 


18.6 


22.8 


20.9 


18.9 


18.8 


18.4 


18.9 


17 7 


17.6 


17.5 


170 






18 531 


585 


2 176 


3 644 


3 743 


3 396 


2 025 


1 638 


489 


521 


314 


37 400 


43 500 


8 224 


170 


667 


1 265 


1 650 


1 663 


1 038 


891 


306 


337 


237 


42 000 


49 900 


3 761 


102 


423 


732 


752 


721 


455 


336 


109 


81 


50 


38 200 


43 100 


2 161 


97 


297 


541 


498 


365 


159 


155 


- 


42 


7 


32 700 


36 200 


1 160 


46 


125 


319 


250 


188 


126 


67 


15 


24 


- 


32 900 


36 800 


904 


24 


178 


235 


159 


197 


41 


47 


13 


10 


- 


30 900 


34 500 


542 


55 


95 


112 


104 


83 


32 


44 


6 


4 


7 


30 600 


35 200 


1 636 


82 


374 


399 


302 


166 


161 


94 


28 


17 


13 


28 700 


34 700 


143 


9 


17 


41 


28 


13 


13 


4 


12 


6 


- 


31 400 


39 700 


11.3 


15.8 


14.9 


13.7 


11.4 


10.2 


10- 


10- 


10- 


10- 


10- 






47 192 


802 


4 030 


7 952 


9 709 


9 226 


5 933 


5 254 


1 835 


1 520 


931 


41 200 


47 600 


1 264 


53 


284 


322 


361 


171 


40 


20 


7 


6 


- 


28 800 


30 000 


, 67 


26 


15 


21 


_ 


5 


_ 


— 


_ 


_ 


_ 


14 200 


17 100 


20 


10 


- 


10 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


16 300 


15 600 


47 259 


828 


4 045 


7 973 


9 709 


9 231 


5 933 


5 254 


1 835 


1 520 


931 


41 100 


47 600 


46 108 


618 


3 723 


7 757 


9 521 


9 168 


5 882 


5 179 


1 818 


1 514 


928 


41 500 


48 100 


30 793 


271 


1 637 


3 872 


5 908 


6 593 


4 587 


4 220 


1 591 


1 308 


806 


45 500 


53 200 


13 281 


20 


276 


876 


2 122 


2 790 


2 498 


2 480 


902 


789 


528 


51 800 


62 000 


2 746 


203 


618 


749 


451 


353 


206 


83 


28 


21 


34 


27 300 


32 600 


5.8 


24 .5 


15.3 


9.4 


4.6 


3.8 


3.5 


1.6 


15 


1.4 


3 7 







METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 121-35 



Table B-2. Gross Rent of Renter-Occupied Housing Units: 1980 



[Data ore estimates based on a sample, see Introduction. For meaning of symbols, see Introduction, For definitions of terms, see appendixes A and B] 



Cincinnati city 



Specified renter-occupied housing units 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER 

Married-couple families 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Mate householder, no wife present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Female householder, no husband present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Median age 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

1979 to March 1980 

1975 to 1978 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1959 or earlier 

ROOMS 

1 room 

2 rooms 

3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 or more rooms 

Median 

PLUMBING FACILITIES BY PERSONS PER ROOM 
AND POVERTY STATUS IN 1979 

All income levels in 1979 

Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

0.50 or less 

0.51 to 1.00 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

Lacking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

0.50 or less 

0.51 to 1.00 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

Income in 1979 below poverty level 

Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1.01 or more persons per room 

Lacking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1.01 or more persons per room 

BEDROOMS 

None 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 or more 

UNITS IN STRUaURE 

1, detached or attached 

2 

3 and 4 

5 to 9 

10 to 49 

50 or more 

Mobile home or trailer, etc. 

YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT 

1975 to March 1980 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1950 to 1959 

1940 to 1949 

1939 or earlier 

STORIES IN STRUQURE 

1 to 3 

4 or more 

With elevator 

GROSS RENT AS PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD 
INCOME IN 1979 

Less thon 15 percent 

15 to 19 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 to 49 percent 

50 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

Heating equipment 

Central heating system 

Air conditioning 

Central system 





Less than 


$100 to 


$150 to 


$200 to 


$250 to 


$300 to 


$350 to 


$400 to 


$500 or No c 


asl 


1 Median 


Total 


$100 


$149 


$199 


$249 


$299 


$349 


$399 


$499 


more t 


en 


(dollars) 


95 762 


13 163 


14 935 


23 917 


20 452 


11 082 


5 046 


2 223 


2 on 


1 347 1 : 


8< 


190 


23 416 


939 


2 705 


5 236 


6 240 


3 698 


1 707 


914 


844 


587 .' 


4< 


219 


4 615 


140 


415 


1 320 


1 505 


821 


252 


67 


39 


5 


5 


212 


7 545 


130 


706 


1 436 


2 283 


1 424 


706 


367 


268 


71 


5' 


232 


2 630 


110 


334 


512 


534 


438 


219 


189 


196 


41 


5; 


231 


4 793 


330 


690 


1 046 


1 138 


669 


303 


160 


167 


139 


5 


210 


3 833 


229 


560 


922 


780 


346 


227 


131 


174 


331 


3: 


208 


24 792 


3 342 


4 048 


6 497 


5 049 


2 825 


1 428 


488 


424 


248 


4: 


188 


5 621 


224 


607 


1 744 


1 495 


785 


369 


135 


122 


73 


6: 


205 


7 707 


335 


929 


2 257 


1 862 


1 154 


657 


195 


150 


61 


0" 


207 


2 860 


310 


412 


677 


670 


377 


199 


67 


71 


35 


4; 


201 


5 166 


1 266 


1 286 


1 102 


755 


353 


136 


57 


57 


32 


2: 


148 


3 438 


1 207 


814 


717 


267 


156 


67 


34 


24 


47 


0: 


129 


47 554 


8 882 


8 182 


12 184 


9 163 


4 559 


1 911 


821 


743 


512 ! 


9- 


' 177 


8 260 


1 203 


1 022 


2 454 


2 052 


889 


277 


154 


77 


63 


6 ( 


191 


11 573 


1 334 


1 477 


3 006 


2 990 


1 474 


725 


216 


196 


78 


7; 


199 


4 470 


680 


714 


1 035 


959 


603 


235 


91 


89 


31 


3: 


187 


10 581 


2 346 


2 391 


2 501 


1 690 


812 


328 


180 


152 


67 


U 


161 


12 670 


3 319 


2 578 


3 188 


1 472 


781 


346 


180 


229 


273 : 


(u 


154 


37.3 


56.4 


49.7 


34.5 


31.0 


31.2 


31.7 


34.7 


38.4 


63.5 5 


3.' 


... 


36 899 


3 388 


4 314 


9 329 


9 111 


5 352 


2 396 


1 210 


987 


491 : 


2 


• 206 


32 284 


4 542 


4 928 


7 911 


7 359 


3 805 


1 756 


607 


620 


384 : 


T 


191 


13 519 


2 991 


2 752 


3 245 


2 125 


990 


483 


231 


262 


181 ; 


5 C 


164 


9 505 


1 555 


2 071 


2 564 


1 447 


750 


304 


156 


125 


285 : 


41 


169 


3 555 


687 


870 


868 


410 


185 


107 


19 


17 


6 : 


8c 


> 152 


3 924 


1 244 


1 302 


878 


249 


56 


20 


11 


73 


25 


6< 


1 125 


11 428 


3 191 


3 172 


2 946 


1 442 


440 


87 


49 


4 


29 


61 


140 


32 060 


5 230 


5 792 


11 319 


6 566 


1 961 


552 


214 


97 


45 : 


8< 


174 


27 287 


2 279 


2 931 


6 190 


7 991 


4 598 


1 694 


524 


433 


237 ' 


II 


) 212 


14 084 


979 


1 329 


1 922 


3 337 


2 863 


1 765 


627 


553 


424 ; 


8 


241 


4 423 


197 


332 


459 


642 


872 


556 


505 


358 


288 : 


']' 


I 281 


2 556 


43 


77 


203 


225 


292 


372 


293 


493 


299 : 


51 


341 


3.5 


2.9 


3.0 


3.2 


3.7 


4.2 


4.6 


5.0 


5.2 


5.3 


4.^ 


1 


95 762 


13 163 


14 935 


23 917 


20 452 


11 082 


5 046 


2 223 


2 Oil 


I 347 1 . 


8< 


1 190 


93 061 


12 466 


14 310 


23 342 


20 038 


10 868 


4 974 


2 188 


1 996 


1 340 1 . 


'3< 


191 


59 010 


7 662 


8 108 


15 034 


12 689 


7 185 


3 465 


1 369 


1 284 


1 130 1 ( 


18' 


194 


29 070 


4 080 


4 921 


7 019 


6 452 


3 275 


1 357 


743 


612 


190 ' 


2 


188 


3 648 


526 


871 


883 


738 


308 


144 


62 


80 


14 


2: 


170 


1 333 


198 


410 


406 


159 


100 


8 


14 


20 


6 


i: 


161 


2 701 


697 


625 


575 


414 


214 


72 


35 


15 


7 


4" 


' 150 


1 179 


216 


230 


315 


195 


141 


48 


6 


7 


7 


U 


177 


1 292 


441 


327 


207 


180 


48 


24 


29 


8 


- 


2! 


122 


169 


20 


59 


35 


39 


11 


- 


- 


- 


- 




178 


61 


20 


9 


18 


- 


14 


- 


. - 


- 


- 




151 


26 796 


9 128 


5 508 


5 347 


3 552 


1 528 


618 


369 


228 


137 : 


8 


137 


25 811 


8 701 


5 257 


5 220 


3 455 


1 492 


611 


345 


228 


137 : 


6! 


> 138 


2 529 


566 


706 


606 


364 


169 


60 


22 


21 


15 




150 


985 


427 


251 


127 


97 


36 


7 


24 


- 


- 


U 


> 108 


101 


21 


43 


14 


12 


11 


- 


- 


- 


- 




141 


5 185 


1 445 


1 794 


1 223 


394 


117 


29 


14 


73 


25 


7 


132 


48 585 


8 143 


9 045 


16 254 


9 860 


3 067 


951 


409 


235 


125 - 


9c 


> 173 


32 470 


2 516 


2 771 


5 392 


8 942 


6 603 


3 072 


986 


876 


707 < 


>0 


230 


7 341 


866 


1 130 


740 


1 019 


1 068 


770 


645 


564 


290 : 


!4< 


240 


1 661 


163 


184 


233 


199 


210 


171 


103 


199 


87 


I! 


249 


520 


30 


11 


75 


38 


17 


53 


66 


64 


113 


5: 


1 357 


7 279 


718 


674 


975 


1 126 


982 


701 


591 


597 


285 < 


>3( 


) 243 


12 280 


825 


2 417 


2 890 


2 524 


1 553 


877 


415 


249 


118 ' 


11 


! 196 


19 445 


1 658 


3 660 


6 632 


4 354 


1 535 


705 


329 


241 


142 


8< 


> 182 


16 217 


3 772 


3 391 


4 255 


2 391 


1 033 


596 


268 


307 


81 


2: 


163 


29 530 


3 366 


3 569 


7 754 


8 197 


4 451 


1 346 


314 


232 


128 


7: 


200 


10 889 


2 789 


1 207 


1 383 


1 830 


1 528 


814 


306 


380 


593 


5< 


1 201 


122 


35 


17 


28 


30 


- 


7 


- 


5 


- 




160 


3 775 


520 


255 


393 


847 


846 


431 


180 


172 


101 


3( 


) 243 


8 909 


1 293 


493 


1 434 


2 609 


1 671 


632 


183 


403 


145 


4( 


> 222 


21 188 


1 760 


1 471 


5 519 


6 141 


3 336 


1 226 


508 


458 


626 


4: 


213 


13 198 


1 480 


1 770 


4 178 


3 297 


1 269 


638 


232 


167 


63 


0- 


190 


13 858 


2 093 


2 476 


4 245 


2 471 


1 287 


555 


224 


231 


73 


»0: 


178 


34 834 


6 017 


8 470 


8 148 


5 087 


2 673 


1 564 


896 


580 


339 1 ( 


)6( 


) 164 


76 765 


8 125 


12 191 


21 126 


17 399 


8 576 


3 844 


1 847 


1 557 


642 1 ' 


151 


i 191 


18 997 


5 038 


2 744 


2 791 


3 053 


2 506 


1 202 


376 


454 


705 


2 


183 


9 640 


2 527 


970 


1 138 


1 193 


1 435 


892 


324 


432 


671 


51 


) 206 


21 084 


2 926 


3 942 


5 541 


4 567 


2 180 


893 


313 


358 


364 




183 


15 999 


2 051 


1 912 


3 990 


3 855 


2 256 


910 


474 


344 


207 




201 


13 396 


2 168 


1 772 


3 281 


2 965 


1 678 


873 


215 


272 


172 




193 


9 340 


1 752 


1 236 


2 064 


2 133 


1 196 


462 


245 


122 


130 




192 


6 276 


976 


959 


1 450 


1 227 


755 


430 


191 


199 


89 




191 


10 661 


1 607 


1 987 


2 732 


1 974 


1 071 


620 


244 


291 


135 




181 


16 051 


1 421 


2 835 


4 508 


3 430 


1 884 


822 


518 


402 


231 




192 


2 955 


262 


292 


351 


301 


62 


36 


23 


23 


19 1 


>8< 


> 168 


23.5 


23.4 


24.1 


23.4 


22.8 


23.2 


24.0 


270 


25.8 


22.7 






95 555 


13 120 


14 870 


23 876 


20 426 


11 072 


5 040 


2 211 


2 Oil 


1 347 1 


>8 


! 190 


87 378 


11 300 


12 255 


22 079 


19 331 


10 687 


4 824 


2 130 


1 953 


1 336 1 - 


18 


194 


51 304 


2 481 


4 460 


13 027 


14 348 


8 295 


3 638 


1 518 


1 502 


1 216 


11 


' 217 


12 806 


696 


485 


1 429 


2 291 


3 095 


1 759 


877 


942 


1 009 


!2 


! 272 



121-36 CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 



METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



Table B— 3. Income and Poverty Status in 1979 of Owner-Occupied Housing Units: 1980 

(Data are estimates based on a sample, see Introduction. For meaning of symbols, see Introduction. For definitions of terms, see appendixes A and I 



Cincinnati city 



Owner-occupied housing units 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER 

Married-couple families 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 yeors 

35 to 44 yeors 

45 to 64 yeors 

65 years and over 

Male householder, no wife present 

15 to 24 years 

F25 to 34 years 
35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 yeors 

65 years and over 

* Female householder, no husband present 
15 to 24 years 
25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 yeors and over 

Median age 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

1979 to March 1980 

1975 to 1978 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1959 or earlier 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1.01 or more persons per room 

Lacking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1.01 or more persons per room 

Heating equipment 

Central heating system 

Air conditioning 

Central system 

Vehicles available 

1 

2 or more 

House heating fuel 

Utility gos 

Bottled, tank, or LP gas 

Electricity 

Fuel oil, kerosene, etc. 

Other 

Median rooms 

Specified owner-occupied housing units 

MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED MONTHLY 
OWNER COSTS 

With a mortgage 

Less than $200 

$200 to $249 

$250 to $299 

$300 to $349 

$350 to $399 

$400 to $499 

$500 to $599 

$600 to $749 

$750 or more 

Median 

Not mortgaged 

Less thon $50 

$50 to $74 

$75 to $99 

$100 to $124 _ 

$125 to $149 

$150 to $199 

$200 to $249 

$250 or more 

Median 

MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED MONTHLY 
OWNER COSTS AS PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD 
INCOME IN 1979 

With a mortgage 

Less than 15 percent 

15 to 19 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 

Not mortgaged 

Less than 10 percent 

10 to 14 percent 

15 to 19 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 



Household income in 1979 




























Income in 








$10,000 


$12,500 


$15,000 


$20,000 


$25,000 


$35,000 








1979 below 




Less thon 


$5,000 to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


$50,000 or 


Median 


Mean 


poverty 


Total 


$5,000 


$9,999 


$12,499 


$14,999 


$19,999 


$24,999 


$34,999 


$49,999 


more 


(dollors) 


(dollors) 


level 


60 687 


4 980 


7 544 


4 238 


4 090 


9 620 


8 675 


11 570 


6 505 


3 465 


19 936 


23 729 


4 020 


39 086 


1 052 


2 880 


2 210 


2 173 


6 434 


6 532 


9 392 


5 523 


2 890 


23 621 


28 026 


1 319 


783 


14 


66 


86 


57 


213 


126 


177 


36 


8 


19 024 


20 056 


16 


7 486 


63 


145 


200 


362 


1 663 


1 780 


2 275 


756 


2<.2 


23 629 


26 240 


114 


6 694 


163 


146 


145 


188 


1 061 


1 341 


1 948 


1 127 


575 


26 462 


30 249 


247 


16 030 


305 


811 


726 


676 


2 158 


2 469 


4 081 


3 086 


1 718 


26 878 


32 495 


487 


8 093 


507 


1 712 


1 053 


890 


1 339 


816 


911 


518 


347 


14 676 


19 758 


455 


6 262 


704 


1 058 


551 


426 


1 059 


853 


901 


444 


266 


17 159 


19 715 


464 


296 


40 


60 


45 


13 


40 


35 


37 


20 


6 


13 077 


16 372 


31 


1 525 


51 


123 


145 


150 


309 


242 


304 


143 


58 


19 815 


22 317 


71 


925 


57 


44 


61 


66 


171 


207 


143 


116 


60 


21 203 


24 966 


71 


1 760 


145 


197 


156 


97 


371 


271 


268 


131 


124 


18 914 


22 901 


136 


1 756 


411 


634 


144 


100 


168 


98 


149 


34 


18 


8 613 


12 060 


155 


IS 339 


3 224 


3 606 


1 477 


1 491 


2 127 


1 290 


1 277 


538 


309 


11 421 


14 416 


2 237 


107 


17 


15 


12 


12 


19 


7 


10 


15 


_ 


14 479 


16 820 


23 


1 183 


99 


221 


143 


187 


184 


120 


173 


44 


12 


14 218 


16 861 


142 


1 538 


97 


168 


191 


224 


434 


150 


161 


74 


39 


16 Oil 


18 146 


132 


5 678 


765 


1 127 


590 


615 


937 


693 


613 


224 


114 


13 951 


16 176 


813 


6 833 


2 246 


2 075 


541 


453 


553 


320 


320 


181 


144 


7 478 


11 654 


1 127 


53.9 


70.2 


67.6 


61.2 


58.1 


50.0 


47.2 


47.1 


49.8 


52.0 






62.1 


5 488 


185 


352 


405 


302 


958 


1 178 


1 212 


595 


301 


22 411 


25 921 


190 


12 028 


495 


776 


688 


803 


2 402 


2 079 


2 854 


1 237 


694 


21 923 


25 080 


614 


9 671 


674 


950 


551 


543 


1 629 


1 557 


2 027 


1 140 


600 


21 486 


25 296 


743 


15 629 


1 234 


1 795 


1 055 


1 020 


2 305 


2 076 


3 173 


1 999 


972 


20 905 


25 710 


1 042 


17 871 


2 392 


3 671 


1 539 


1 422 


2 326 


1 785 


2 304 


1 534 


898 


14 844 


19 565 


1 431 


60 080 


4 853 


7 379 


4 200 


4 055 


9 551 


8 577 


11 520 


6 493 


3 452 


20 001 


23 825 


3 921 


1 731 


99 


161 


95 


91 


293 


230 


376 


310 


76 


22 308 


24 690 


288 


607 


127 


165 


38 


35 


69 


98 


50 


12 


13 


10 757 


14 218 


99 


31 


- 


- 


- 


6 


20 


5 


- 


- 


- 


18 687 


18 288 


- 


60 684 


4 977 


7 544 


4 238 


4 090 


9 620 


8 675 


11 570 


6 505 


3 465 


19 937 


23 730 


4 017 


58 688 


4 595 


7 037 


4 064 


3 963 


9 378 


8 429 


11 401 


6 369 


3 452 


20 169 


24 038 


3 645 


38 737 


2 047 


3 798 


2 357 


2 282 


6 001 


5 791 


8 474 


5 068 


2 919 


22 380 


26 849 


1 594 


15 775 


581 


1 214 


873 


790 


2 025 


2 350 


3 716 


2 502 


1 724 


25 130 


30 702 


494 


53 671 


2 469 


5 056 


3 587 


3 669 


9 028 


8 477 


11 469 


6 478 


3 438 


21 659 


25 720 


2 397 


23 040 


1 843 


3 998 


2 554 


2 408 


4 616 


3 372 


2 732 


1 087 


430 


15 775 


17 693 


1 638 


30 631 


626 


1 058 


1 033 


1 261 


4 412 


5 105 


8 737 


5 391 


3 008 


26 779 


31 758 


759 


60 684 


4 977 


7 544 


4 238 


4 090 


9 620 


8 675 


11 570 


6 505 


3 465 


19 937 


23 730 


4 017 


58 004 


4 674 


7 211 


4 056 


3 898 


9 229 


8 364 


11 127 


6 242 


3 203 


19 966 


23 652 


3 729 


267 


42 


55 


48 


16 


56 


21 


- 


17 


12 


11 901 


16 343 


43 


1 305 


112 


70 


74 


55 


221 


185 


256 


122 


210 


23 403 


31 748 


114 


798 


82 


129 


43 


71 


96 


57 


167 


113 


40 


18 900 


22 769 


62 


310 


67 


79 


17 


50 


18 


48 


20 


11 


- 


11 324 


13 340 


69 


6.0 


5.2 


5.2 


5.4 


5.6 


5.8 


6.0 


6.3 


6.7 


7.7 






5.5 


47 259 


3 469 


5 152 


3 061 


3 070 


7 724 


6 999 


9 436 


5 493 


2 855 


20 777 


24 534 


2 746 


28 728 


1 116 


1 777 


1 419 


1 677 


5 184 


5 020 


6 925 


3 885 


1 725 


23 125 


26 590 


1 408 


2 062 


235 


356 


178 


189 


400 


298 


256 


118 


32 


15 846 


17 382 


256 


3 955 


220 


451 


267 


324 


851 


624 


803 


353 


62 


19 226 


20 840 


250 


5 158 


170 


285 


272 


345 


1 143 


993 


1 254 


555 


141 


21 505 


23 197 


201 


4 895 


174 


290 


267 


335 


994 


859 


1 244 


601 


131 


22 120 


23 635 


230 


3 829 


106 


145 


185 


192 


734 


810 


877 


617 


163 


23 187 


29 044 


145 


4 341 


96 


144 


183 


215 


712 


689 


1 387 


659 


256 


25 277 


27 834 


184 


2 020 


60 


49 


47 


50 


219 


444 


513 


421 


217 


26 339 


31 314 


67 


1 389 


37 


35 


20 


21 


86 


199 


454 


288 


249 


29 102 


39 436 


48 


1 079 


18 


22 


- 


6 


45 


104 


137 


273 


474 


32 450 


55 785 


27 


$333 


$280 


$264 


$299 


$297 


$310 


$335 


$346 


$376 


$536 






$299 


18 531 


2 353 


3 375 


1 642 


1 393 


2 540 


1 979 


2 511 


1 608 


1 130 


15 952 


21 347 


1 338 


62 


37 


- 


6 


- 


13 


- 


- 


6 


- 


4 545 


10 701 


18 


526 


228 


149 


51 


22 


22 


26 


28 


- 


- 


5 850 


8 368 


121 


2 238 


531 


603 


221 


229 


299 


126 


143 


44 


42 


9 862 


12 708 


255 


4 201 


569 


853 


479 


361 


568 


484 


544 


272 


71 


13 382 


16 748 


275 


4 155 


430 


805 


391 


353 


679 


468 


569 


321 


139 


15 632 


19 007 


264 


4 589 


425 


740 


348 


274 


610 


552 


827 


553 


260 


19 051 


22 612 


253 


1 660 


88 


147 


96 


116 


249 


223 


257 


272 


212 


22 682 


29 940 


100 


1 100 


45 


78 


50 


38 


100 


100 


143 


140 


406 


34 679 


53 887 


52 


$138 


$117 


$128 


$129 


$131 


$139 


$144 


$149 


$165 


$213 






$125 


28 728 


1 116 


1 777 


1 419 


1 677 


5 184 


5 020 


6 925 


3 885 


1 725 


23 125 


26 590 


1 408 


9 749 


- 


10 


17 


28 


616 


1 299 


3 520 


2 868 


1 391 


32 737 


38 203 


4 


6 306 


- 


41 


72 


316 


1 358 


1 753 


2 001 


580 


185 


23 827 


25 832 


12 


4 312 


- 


111 


237 


347 


1 506 


994 


800 


225 


92 


19 855 


21 888 


40 


2 820 


6 


156 


299 


416 


846 


533 


394 


159 


1! 


18 029 


19 696 


55 


1 612 


8 


252 


193 


274 


461 


235 


127 


39 


23 


15 793 


17 251 


54 


3 770 


951 


1 207 


601 


296 


397 


206 


83 


14 


15 


8 750 


9 958 


1 092 


159 


151 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


8 


2500- 


83 356 


151 


18.6 


50 + 


429 


32.2 


26.8 


22.1 


18.5 


14.9 


12 1 


10- 






50 + 


18 531 


2 353 


3 375 


1 642 


1 393 


2 540 


1 979 


2 511 


1 608 


1 130 


15 952 


21 347 


1 338 


8 224 


8 


40 


170 


355 


1 295 


1 429 


2 279 


1 535 


1 113 


27 963 


35 089 


- 


3 761 


42 


478 


771 


742 


953 


489 


202 


67 


17 


14 486 


15 792 


13 


2 161 


93 


1 050 


471 


223 


247 


51 


26 


- 


- 


9 776 


10 722 


25 


1 160 


148 


799 


127 


41 


31 


10 


4 


- 


- 


7 471 


8 027 


81 


904 


348 


478 


69 


9 


_ 


_ 


- 


_ 


- 


5 722 


6 098 


81 


542 


269 


237 


12 


17 


7 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


5 025 


5 648 


82 


1 636 


1 308 


293 


22 


6 


7 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


3 663 


3 868 


919 


143 


137 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


6 


- 


2500- 


1 603 


137 


11.3 


38.2 


20.7 


14.2 


12.3 


10- 


10- 


10- 


10- 


10- 






48.9 



METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 121-37 



Table B — 4 Income and Poverty Status in 1979 of Renter-Occupied Housing Units: 1980 



Cincinnati city 



Renter-occupied housing units 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER 

Married- couple families 

15 To 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Male householder, no wife present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Female householder, no husband present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Median age 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

1979 to March 1980 

1975 to 1978 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1959 or earlier 

PLUMBING FACILITIES BY PERSONS PER ROOM 

Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

0.50 or less 

0.51 to 1.00 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

Locking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

0.50 or less 

0.51 to 1.00 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

Heating equipment 

Central heating system 

Air conditioning 

Central system 

Vehicles available 

1 

2 or more 

House heating fuel 

Utility gos 

Bottled, tank, or LP gas 

Electricity 

Fuel oil, kerosene, etc 

Other 

Median rooms 

Specified renter-occupied housing units 

CONTRACT RENT 

Less than 5100 

$100 to $149 

$150 to $199 

$200 to $249 

$250 to $299 

$300 to $349 

$350 to $399 _ _ 

$400 to $499 

$500 or more 

No cash rent 

Median 

GROSS RENT 

Less than $100 

$100 to $149 

$150 to $199 

$200 to $249 

$250 to $299 

$300 to $349 

$350 to $399 

$400 to $499 

$500 or more 

No cosh rent 

Median 

GROSS RENT AS PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD 
INCOME IN 1979 

Less than 15 percent 

15 to 19 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 to 49 percent 

50 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 



[Data are estimates based on 


a sample, see 


Introduction. 


For meaning 


of symbols, 


see Introduction. For definitions of terms, see appendixes A and B] 






Household income in 1979 




























Income in 








$10,000 


$12,500 


$15,000 


$20,000 


$25,000 


$35,000 








1979 below 




Less than 


$5,000 to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


$50,000 or 


Median 


Mean 


poverty 


Total 


$5,000 


$9,999 


$12,499 


$14,999 


$19,999 


$24,999 


$34,999 


$49,999 


more 


(dollars) 


(dollars) 


level 


96 990 


28 289 


22 116 


11 108 


7 651 


12 404 


6 911 


5 681 


1 824 


1 006 


9 542 


11 837 


27 196 


23 853 


2 330 


4 354 


2 828 


2 499 


4 396 


3 139 


2 880 


995 


432 


14 915 


17 372 


3 222 


4 654 


540 


868 


640 


643 


1 073 


534 


326 


25 


5 


13 585 


13 968 


688 


7 649 


560 


1 031 


904 


773 


1 603 


1 281 


1 214 


254 


29 


16 577 


17 215 


950 


2 727 


274 


410 


311 


285 


444 


420 


410 


142 


31 


15 892 


17 629 


498 


4 929 


491 


745 


559 


449 


831 


568 


713 


356 


217 


16 424 


21 424 


655 


3 894 


465 


1 300 


414 


349 


445 


336 


217 


218 


150 


11 099 


16 440 


431 


24 925 


6 375 


5 414 


2 827 


1 932 


3 742 


2 144 


1 570 


557 


364 


10 596 


12 691 


5 464 


5 621 


1 367 


1 475 


796 


551 


703 


396 


225 


75 


33 


9 896 


11 226 


1 576 


7 785 


962 


1 493 


1 061 


767 


1 711 


893 


614 


216 


68 


13 727 


14 724 


899 


2 868 


580 


435 


219 


252 


585 


357 


289 


83 


68 


14 484 


15 507 


512 


5 202 


1 677 


1 077 


501 


280 


580 


433 


383 


150 


121 


9 148 


12 496 


1 453 


3 449 


1 789 


934 


250 


82 


163 


65 


59 


33 


74 


4 887 


8 443 


1 024 


48 212 


19 584 


12 348 


5 453 


3 220 


4 266 


1 628 


1 231 


272 


210 


6 668 


8 658 


18 510 


8 387 


3 659 


2 348 


887 


401 


705 


195 


143 


29 


20 


6 124 


7 644 


3 942 


11 718 


3 269 


2 928 


2 049 


1 204 


1 412 


482 


311 


41 


22 


9 443 


9 919 


3 852 


4 608 


1 284 


1 237 


657 


354 


697 


217 


138 


24 


- 


9 172 


10 073 


1 678 


10 730 


4 323 


2 632 


1 168 


782 


916 


412 


376 


61 


60 


6 704 


8 855 


.4 385 


12 769 


7 049 


3 203 


692 


479 


536 


322 


263 


117 


108 


4 678 


7 491 


4 653 


37.4 


51.5 


39.3 


32.4 


32.5 


32.2 


33.4 


35.1 


45.8 


56.2 






40.8 


37 269 


10 384 


9 092 


4 639 


2 948 


4 827 


2 595 


2 034 


517 


233 


9 512 


11 241 


11 066 


32 650 


8 735 


6 880 


3 701 


2 972 


4 756 


2 514 


2 132 


644 


316 


10 480 


12 379 


8 585 


13 738 


4 653 


3 113 


1 461 


856 


1 531 


888 


740 


310 


186 


8 433 


11 468 


3 979 


9 714 


3 168 


2 248 


932 


686 


882 


722 


573 


313 


190 


8 468 


13 084 


2 521 


3 619 


1 349 


783 


375 


189 


408 


192 


202 


40 


81 


7 470 


11 153 


1 045 


94 284 


27 238 


21 464 


10 845 


7 535 


12 047 


6 771 


5 592 


1 797 


995 


9 614 


11 908 


26 206 


59 499 


18 077 


13 182 


7 032 


4 562 


7 330 


3 980 


3 362 


1 169 


805 


9 399 


11 807 


14 067 


29 611 


7 734 


7 031 


3 172 


2 614 


3 993 


2 435 


1 918 


541 


173 


10 032 


12 197 


9 524 


3 822 


1 016 


877 


492 


298 


542 


273 


252 


60 


12 


10 091 


11 690 


1 856 


1 352 


411 


374 


149 


61 


182 


83 


60 


27 


5 


8 368 


10 666 


759 


2 706 


1 051 


652 


263 


116 


357 


140 


89 


27 


11 


7 281 


9 364 


990 


1 184 


381 


347 


143 


78 


142 


48 


30 


15 


_ 


8 152 


9 398 


323 


1 292 


594 


257 


113 


38 


167 


72 


35 


5 


11 


5 850 


8 887 


566 


169 


54 


43 


- 


- 


28 


20 


24 


- 


_ 


8 884 


11 407 


79 


61 


22 


5 


7 


— 


20 


— 


— 


7 


- 


11 250 


13 129 


22 


96 783 


28 214 


22 049 


11 087 


7 651 


12 383 


6 900 


5 669 


1 824 


1 006 


9 549 


11 843 


27 107 


88 509 


24 086 


20 052 


10 385 


7 324 


11 744 


6 626 


5 520 


1 794 


978 


10 028 


12 249 


22 902 


51 773 


9 254 


10 695 


6 701 


5 111 


8 412 


5 013 


4 213 


1 506 


868 


12 215 


14 613 


7 880 


12 913 


2 013 


2 081 


1 317 


1 167 


2 148 


1 380 


1 552 


. 707 


548 


14 740 


18 148 


1 756 


61 228 


8 076 


12 366 


8 765 


6 471 


11 139 


6 491 


5 295 


1 722 


903 


13 044 


15 169 


8 749 


44 266 


7 135 


10 534 


7 216 


4 853 


7 742 


3 457 


2 267 


671 


391 


11 547 


13 058 


7 145 


16 962 


941 


1 832 


1 549 


1 618 


3 397 


3 034 


3 028 


1 051 


512 


18 729 


20 679 


1 604 


96 783 


28 214 


22 049 


11 087 


7 651 


12 383 


6 900 


5 669 


1 824 


1 006 


9 549 


11 843 


27 107 


78 764 


22 869 


18 119 


9 002 


6 324 


9 921 


5 727 


4 530 


1 495 


777 


9 521 


11 839 


21 858 


1 050 


309 


252 


124 


92 


146 


78 


27 


22 


- 


9 231 


10 513 


314 


13 806 


4 084 


2 908 


1 583 


976 


1 942 


895 


965 


268 


185 


9 851 


12 067 


3 905 


1 160 


308 


234 


116 


115 


130 


103 


78 


32 


44 


10 819 


14 615 


318 


2 003 


644 


536 


262 


144 


244 


97 


69 


7 


- 


8 264 


9 540 


712 


3.5 


3.1 


3.4 


3.6 


3.8 


3.8 


4.1 


4.3 


4.8 


4.8 






3.3 


95 762 


27 957 


21 878 


11 002 


7 539 


12 278 


6 738 


5 620 


1 774 


976 


9 525 


11 807 


26 796 


20 674 


13 332 


3 984 


1 177 


513 


868 


428 


302 


41 


29 


4 106 


5 841 


12 365 


20 977 


6 419 


6 584 


2 514 


1 473 


2 131 


978 


682 


137 


59 


7 846 


9 506 


6 395 


26 089 


5 060 


6 917 


4 001 


2 775 


3 929 


1 948 


1 100 


254 


105 


10 667 


11 965 


4 660 


15 029 


1 826 


2 775 


2 083 


1 740 


3 068 


1 594 


1 436 


377 


130 


13 693 


14 986 


1 942 


6 357 


499 


800 


772 


608 


1 418 


969 


1 010 


206 


75 


16 565 


17 858 


610 


2 200 


168 


239 


166 


207 


402 


385 


374 


154 


105 


18 633 


21 189 


230 


1 161 


85 


105 


67 


74 


150 


136 


332 


164 


48 


23 783 


24 355 


113 


751 


21 


72 


30 


34 


76 


47 


164 


190 


117 


29 235 


31 769 


41 


938 


63 


61 


21 


17 


67 


96 


139 


207 


267 


35 322 


43 134 


59 


1 586 


484 


341 


171 


98 


169 


157 


81 


44 


41 


9 456 


12 871 


381 


$158 


$103 


$151 


$171 


$181 


$187 


$198 


$223 


$261 


$333 






$106 


13 163 


9 880 


2 187 


451 


205 


279 


85 


50 


16 


10 


3 639 


4 426 


9 128 


14 935 


5 954 


4 703 


1 532 


773 


1 083 


485 


299 


43 


63 


6 377 


8 112 


5 508 


23 917 


5 931 


6 954 


3 425 


2 195 


3 101 


1 351 


732 


167 


61 


9 290 


10 687 


5 347 


20 452 


3 375 


4 400 


3 074 


2 314 


3 540 


1 918 


1 414 


320 


97 


11 993 


13 179 


3 552 


11 082 


1 354 


1 910 


1 332 


1 184 


2 288 


1 406 


1 233 


276 


99 


14 495 


15 714 


1 528 


5 046 


500 


698 


629 


387 


1 111 


677 


785 


173 


86 


16 375 


17 645 


618 


2 223 


251 


347 


173 


175 


337 


263 


433 


170 


74 


16 783 


19 531 


369 


2 011 


126 


247 


184 


175 


258 


252 


348 


284 


137 


20 315 


23 496 


228 


1 347 


102 


91 


31 


33 


112 


144 


245 


281 


308 


30 220 


38 517 


137 


1 586 


484 


341 


171 


98 


169 


157 


81 


44 


41 


9 456 


12 871 


381 


$190 


$132 


$177 


$200 


$211 


$222 


$236 


$261 


$312 


$385 






$137 


21 084 


471 


1 608 


1 398 


1 495 


4 928 


4 383 


4 443 


1 439 


919 


20 602 


23 124 


893 


15 999 


1 428 


2 011 


2 465 


2 847 


4 572 


1 615 


798 


254 


9 


14 340 


14 587 


1 613 


13 396 


1 963 


3 735 


3 309 


1 952 


1 809 


390 


207 


31 


_ 


10 756 


10 843 


2 001 


9 340 


1 986 


3 906 


2 116 


677 


470 


102 


77 


6 


_ 


8 620 


8 710 


1 928 


6 276 


1 614 


3 229 


862 


287 


229 


50 


5 


_ 


_ 


7 178 


7 592 


1 502 


10 661 


4 641 


5 118 


594 


166 


92 


41 


9 


- 


- 


5 478 


5 773 


4 026 


16 051 


14 008 


1 930 


87 


17 


9 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


2 880 


2 941 


13 090 


2 955 


1 846 


341 


171 


98 


169 


157 


81 


44 


48 


2500- 


9 061 


1 743 


23.5 


50 + 


29.4 


22.3 


18.9 


16.2 


13.3 


11.8 


10.2 


10- 






50 + 



121-38 CINCINNATI, 0HI0-KY.-IND. SMSA 



METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



Table B— 5. Selected Monthly Owner Costs for Mortgaged Housing Units: 1980 



[Data are estimotes based on a sample, see Introduction. For meaning of symbols, see Introduction For definitions of terms, see appendixes A ond B] 



Cincinnati city 



Specified owner -occupied housing units 

PERSONS IN UNIT 

1 person 

2 persons 

3 persons 

4 persons 

5 persons 

6 persons 

7 persons 

8 or more persons 

Median 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER 

Married-couple families 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 yeors 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years ond over 

Male householder, no wire present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 yeors 

35 to 44 yeors 

45 to 64 yeors 

65 years ond over 

Female householder, no husband present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 yeors 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 yeors 

65 years ond over 

Median age 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

1979 to March 1980 

1975 to 1978 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1959 or eorlier 

ROOMS 

1 to 3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 rooms 

8 or more rooms 

Median 

YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT 

1975 to March 1980 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1950 to 1959 

1940 to 1949 

1939 or eorlier 

VALUE 

Less than $10,000 

$10,000 to $19,999 

$20,000 to $29,999 

$30,000 to $39,999 

$40,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 to $59,999 

$60,000 to $79,999 

$80,000 to $99,999 

$100,000 to $149,999 

$150,000 or more 

Medion 

SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS 
PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1979 

Less than 15 percent 

15 to 19 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

Heating equipment 

Steam or hot water system 

Central warm-oir furnace or electric heat pump 

Other built-in electric units 

Floor, wall, or pipeless furnace 

Other means 

Air conditioning 

Central system 

1 or more individual room units 

House heating fuel 

Utility gas 

Bottled, tank, or LP gos 

Electricity 

Fuel oil, kerosene, etc. 

Other 





Less than 


$200 to 


$250 to 


$300 to 


$350 to 


$400 to 


$500to 


$600 to 




Median 


Total 


$200 


$249 


$299 


$349 


$399 


$499 


$599 


$749 


$750 or more 


(dollars) 


28 728 


2 062 


3 955 


5 158 


4 895 


3 829 


4 341 


2 020 


1 389 


1 079 


333 


2 480 


376 


479 


461 


394 


246 


236 


146 


79 


63 


292 


8 035 


835 


1 327 


1 373 


1 103 


826 


1 183 


623 


450 


315 


322 


5 579 


278 


749 


1 033 


1 106 


797 


826 


382 


252 


156 


333 


5 929 


259 


713 


1 065 


1 108 


787 


1 067 


393 


326 


211 


342 


3 397 


138 


307 


580 


649 


676 


526 


232 


129 


160 


352 


1 763 


87 


205 


337 


307 


269 


246 


122 


105 


85 


341 


1 023 


69 


97 


229 


140 


120 


189 


86 


22 


71 


342 


522 


20 


78 


80 


88 


108 


68 


36 


26 


18 


347 


3 19 


2.28 


2.73 


3.22 


3.36 


356 


3.41 


3 13 


3.16 


3 53 




22 013 


1 218 


2 917 


3 923 


3 774 


2 956 


3 560 


1 661 


1 115 


889 


339 


581 


20 


33 


63 


138 


88 


106 


80 


27 


26 


371 


6 095 


124 


387 


791 


1 129 


987 


1 467 


671 


381 


158 


381 


5 387 


180 


549 


955 


946 


745 


941 


370 


322 


379 


354 


8 512 


567 


1 540 


1 855 


1 396 


1 022 


958 


496 


374 


304 


311 


1 438 


327 


408 


259 


165 


114 


88 


44 


11 


22 


248 


2 241 


253 


321 


358 


387 


262 


251 


158 


139 


112 


324 


104 


20 


- 


21 


37 


10 


5 


11 


_ 


_ 


315 


803 


42 


89 


120 


120 


97 


141 


91 


61 


42 


366 


512 


44 


83 


78 


65 


65 


47 


17 


63 


50 


339 


604 


99 


73 


106 


125 


80 


53 


33 


15 


20 


310 


218 


48 


76 


33 


40 


10 


5 


6 


- 


_ 


240 


4 474 


591 


717 


877 


734 


611 


530 


201 


135 


78 


304 


49 


- 


- 


17 


27 


- 


- 


- 


5 


- 


314 


786 


21 


108 


131 


123 


115 


168 


49 


45 


26 


354 


1 041 


106 


118 


166 


173 


190 


162 


56 


42 


28 


338 


2 028 


253 


361 


473 


343 


279 


176 


85 


40 


18 


292 


570 


211 


130 


90 


68 


27 


24 


11 


3 


6 


228 


43.5 


55.9 


50.9 


46.5 


42.2 


41.1 


37.4 


37.1 


38.8 


40.3 




3 723 


109 


156 


241 


349 


420 


924 


663 


466 


395 


465 


8 250 


239 


550 


1 039 


1 597 


1 483 


1 788 


745 


474 


335 


374 


6 394 


327 


880 


1 417 


1 345 


854 


879 


259 


240 


193 


321 


8 103 


917 


1 821 


1 980 


1 276 


924 


600 


289 


174 


122 


283 


2 258 


470 


548 


481 


328 


148 


150 


64 


35 


34 


262 


161 


56 


37 


6 


6 


33 


16 


7 






233 


1 106 


312 


303 


200 


114 


73 


74 


22 


8 


- 


240 


5 833 


675 


1 397 


1 353 


958 


622 


546 


221 


55 


6 


281 


9 026 


588 


1 351 


1 913 


1 853 


1 204 


1 242 


529 


247 


99 


318 


5 968 


260 


491 


1 003 


1 053 


1 030 


1 184 


438 


327 


182 


359 


6 634 


171 


376 


683 


911 


867 


1 279 


803 


752 


792 


422 


6.3 


5.5 


5.7 


6.0 


6.2 


6.5 


6.7 


70 


7.7 


85 + 




322 






30 


22 


23 


82 


40 


70 


55 


510 


493 


7 


19 


51 


77 


79 


137 


58 


21 


44 


408 


2 404 


72 


265 


514 


376 


326 


424 


214 


158 


55 


347 


4 074 


197 


522 


716 


772 


520 


723 


353 


168 


103 


339 


5 036 


329 


698 


1 035 


884 


786 


787 


280 


144 


93 


326 


16 399 


1 457 


2 451 


2 812 


2 764 


2 095 


2 188 


1 075 


828 


729 


327 


243 


119 


63 


43 


3 




15 








202 


1 869 


428 


498 


406 


254 


209 


60 


14 


- 


- 


251 


4 329 


597 


1 021 


1 023 


818 


470 


321 


62 


17 


- 


277 


5 966 


458 


1 048 


1 432 


1 310 


804 


657 


199 


46 


12 


302 


5 835 


303 


805 


1 104 


1 142 


882 


1 118 


346 


126 


9 


331 


3 908 


89 


335 


675 


651 


672 


783 


439 


204 


60 


365 


3 616 


68 


143 


381 


541 


558 


863 


494 


449 


119 


413 


1 346 


- 


27 


74 


97 


165 


317 


263 


227 


176 


498 


999 


- 


15 


12 


79 


64 


168 


147 


216 


298 


610 


617 


- 


- 


8 


- 


5 


39 


56 


104 


405 


750 + 


$43 400 


$27 800 


$33 400 


$37 600 


$40 600 


$45 000 


$50 000 


$58 700 


$73 400 


$126 800 




9 749 


1 143 


2 061 


2 340 


1 687 


1 012 


765 


344 


184 


213 


286 


6 306 


290 


781 


1 276 


1 158 


961 


1 161 


355 


204 


120 


335 


4 312 


200 


323 


648 


804 


758 


838 


324 


255 


162 


362 


2 820 


91 


190 


340 


425 


442 


462 


434 


269 


167 


391 


1 612 


66 


139 


139 


206 


191 


389 


196 


176 


110 


417 


3 770 


265 


435 


402 


583 


442 


706 


349 


294 


294 


373 


159 


7 


26 


13 


32 


23 


20 


18 


7 


13 


353 


18.6 


13.9 


14.6 


15.9 


182 


19.6 


21.4 


24.7 


25.9 


26 1 




28 728 


2 062 


3 955 


5 158 


4 895 


3 829 


4 341 


2 020 


1 389 


1 079 


333 


3 779 


191 


290 


491 


622 


412 


632 


331 


344 


466 


386 


24 030 


1 714 


3 560 


4 501 


4 129 


3 297 


3 567 


1 631 


1 024 


607 


327 


47 


- 


6 


6 


14 


7 


14 


- 


- 


- 


341 


350 


50 


50 


76 


63 


32 


36 


43 


- 


- 


299 


522 


107 


49 


84 


67 


81 


92 


15 


21 


6 


316 


19 519 


1 156 


2 485 


3 344 


3 145 


2 626 


3 147 


1 565 


1 152 


899 


344 


8 195 


254 


569 


1 229 


1 301 


1 221 


1 619 


827 


646 


529 


380 


11 324 


902 


1 916 


2 115 


1 844 


1 405 


1 528 


738 


506 


370 


320 


28 728 


2 062 


3 955 


5 158 


4 895 


3 829 


4 341 


2 020 


1 389 


1 079 


333 


27 608 


2 024 


3 832 


5 015 


4 733 


3 685 


4 119 


1 895 


1 315 


990 


331 


131 


5 


38 


21 


25 


17 


11 


14 


- 


- 


303 


593 


14 


36 


36 


59 


95 


128 


92 


74 


59 


461 


282 


5 


23 


74 


56 


26 


63 


5 


- 


30 


335 


114 


14 


26 


12 


22 


6 


20 


14 


- 


- 


311 



METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 121-39 



Table B— 6. Selected Monthly Owner Costs for Not Mortgaged Housing Units: 1980 



Cincinnati city 

Specified owner-occupied housing units 

PERSONS IN UNIT 

1 person 

2 persons 

3 persons 

4 persons 

5 persons 

6 persons 

7 persons 

8 or more persons 

Median 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER 

Married-couple families 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Male householder, no wife present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 yeors 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Female householder, no husband present 

15 to 24 yeors 

25 to 34 yeors 

35 to 44 yeors 

45 to 64 years 

65 yeors and over 

Median age 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

1979 to March 1980 

1975 to 1978 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1959 or earlier 

ROOMS 

1 to 3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 rooms 

8 or more rooms 

Median 

YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT 

1975 to March 1980 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1950 to 1959 

1940 to 1949 

1939 or earlier 

VALUE 

Less than $10,000 

$10,000 to $19,999 

$20,000 to $29,999 

$30,000 to $39,999 

$40,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 to $59,999 

$60,000 to $79,999 

$80,000 to $99,999 

5100,000 to $149,999 

$150,000 or more 

Median 

SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS 
PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1979 

Less than 10 percent 

10 to 14 percent 

15 to 19 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

°5 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

Heating equipment 

Steom or hot water system 

Central worm-air furnace or electric heat pump 

Other built-in electric units 

Floor, wall, or pipeless furnoce 

Other means 

Air conditioning 

Centrol system 

1 or more individuol room units 

House heating fuel 

Utility gas _ 

8ottled, tonk, or LP gas 

Electricity 

Fuel oil. kerosene, etc. 

Other 



[Doto are estimotes based on a sam 


pie, see Introduction. For meaning 


of symbols, see Introduction. For definitions of terms, see appendixes 


A and B] 




Total 


Less than $50 


$50 to $74 


$75 to $99 


$100 to $124 


$125 to $149 


$150 to $199 


$200 to $249 


$250 or more 


Median (dollars) 


18 531 


62 


526 


2 238 


4 201 


4 155 


4 589 


1 660 


1 100 


138 


5 088 


43 


316 


1 083 


1 268 


965 


998 


243 


172 


122 


8 377 


19 


159 


888 


2 051 


2 104 


1 934 


729 


493 


138 


2 690 


- 


45 


141 


479 


618 


901 


347 


159 


153 


1 200 


- 


6 


60 


259 


226 


398 


131 


120 


156 


563 


- 


- 


33 


47 


148 


179 


102 


54 


165 


324 


- 


- 


4 


30 


65 


69 


80 


76 


196 


234 


- 


- 


21 


61 


25 


92 


28 


7 


155 


55 


- 


- 


8 


6 


4 


18 


- 


19 


176 


2.00 


1.22 


1.33 


1.54 


1.91 


2.03 


2.17 


2.31 


2.27 




10 300 




137 


782 


2 363 


2 520 


2 710 


1 066 


722 


144 


24 


- 


- 


- 


4 


4 


11 


5 


- 


168 


224 


- 


- 


19 


82 


54 


21 


26 


22 


130 


380 


- 


- 


10 


59 


74 


129 


75 


33 


168 


4 609 


- 


26 


251 


980 


1 182 


1 336 


478 


356 


147 


5 063 


- 


111 


502 


1 238 


1 206 


1 213 


482 


311 


139 


1 830 


6 


89 


360 


394 


318 


444 


101 


118 


130 


48 


- 


- 


24 


6 


12 


6 


- 


_ 


100 


81 


- 


8 


13 


- 


17 


26 


17 


_ 


155 


48 


- 


4 


21 


- 


- 


9 


_ 


14 


. 99 


546 


6 


32 


86 


159 


73 


126 


20 


44 


123 


1 107 


- 


45 


216 


229 


216 


277 


64 


60 


132 


6 401 


56 


300 


1 096 


1 444 


1 317 


1 435 


493 


260 


131 


4 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4 


- 


_ 


175 


79 


- 


- 


5 


13 


18 


20 


13 


10 


159 


119 


- 


- 


17 


43 


11 


17 


12 


19 


125 


2 090 


30 


49 


296 


409 


450 


528 


232 


96 


139 


4 109 


26 


251 


778 


979 


838 


866 


236 


135 


126 


66.7 


63.9 


75.2 


70.2 


67.3 


66.3 


65.4 


64.1 


63.6 




342 




8 


21 


94 


91 


60 


41 


27 


138 


898 


6 


10 


96 


189 


195 


205 


110 


87 


144 


1 253 


5 


69 


108 


247 


258 


328 


140 


98 


144 


4 387 


18 


108 


414 


848 


907 


1 312 


418 


362 


147 


11 651 


33 


331 


1 599 


2 823 


2 704 


2 684 


951 


526 


135 


221 


4 


39 


56 


15 


72 


19 




16 


119 


1 603 


21 


140 


399 


462 


255 


252 


44 


30 


113 


5 473 


20 


256 


874 


1 582 


1 425 


1 017 


219 


80 


125 


5 798 


4 


53 


625 


1 487 


1 493 


1 569 


383 


184 


137 


2 977 


- 


15 


198 


450 


573 


1 005 


513 


223 


163 


2 45" 


13 


23 


86 


205 


337 


727 


501 


567 


189 


5.8 


4.8 


4.8 


5.3 


5.5 


5.7 


6.1 


6.9 


7.6 




38 


6 








7 


5 




20 


250+ 


113 


- 


- 


7 


12 


13 


39 


22 


20 


181 


908 


7 


12 


46 


141 


176 


283 


92 


151 


163 


3 094 


- 


32 


264 


651 


866 


818 


257 


206 


142 


2 626 


- 


83 


347 


608 


560 


689 


226 


113 


137 


11 752 


49 


399 


1 574 


2 789 


2 533 


2 755 


1 063 


590 


136 


585 


28 


79 


114 


171 


110 


37 


32 


14 


no 


2 176 


8 


102 


485 


608 


402 


398 


111 


62 


120 


3 644 


18 


184 


671 


988 


768 


701 


198 


116 


124 


3 743 


8 


109 


533 


1 101 


929 


796 


210 


57 


128 


3 396 


- 


43 


301 


869 


1 Oil 


855 


254 


63 


137 


2 025 


- 


- 


84 


339 


559 


814 


174 


55 


152 


1 638 


- 


9 


43 


122 


335 


762 


246 


121 


170 


489 


- 


- 


7 


_ 


24 


126 


219 


113 


220 


521 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


11 


92 


185 


233 


243 


314 


- 


- 


- 


3 


6 


8 


31 


266 


250 + 


$37 400 


$13 800 


$24 400 


$27 400 


$32 200 


$38 500 


$44 500 


$51 100 


$92 800 




8 224 


27 


182 


1 003 


2 030 


1 885 


1 983 


652 


462 


137 


3 761 


20 


100 


393 


864 


828 


921 


399 


236 


140 


2 161 


9 


110 


252 


429 


523 


463 


243 


132 


138 


1 160 


- 


53 


166 


244 


236 


332 


78 


51 


137 


904 


- 


40 


176 


197 


183 


213 


70 


25 


130 


542 


- 


6 


90 


129 


114 


132 


35 


36 


135 


1 636 


- 


35 


134 


274 


367 


505 


169 


152 


151 


143 


6 


- 


24 


34 


19 


40 


14 


6 


135 


11.3 


10.2 


14.0 


11.3 


10.3 


11.1 


11.6 


12.1 


11.8 




16 531 


62 


526 


2 238 


4 201 


4 155 


4 589 


1 660 


1 100 


138 


2 239 


11 


26 


193 


455 


370 


637 


281 


266 


155 


15 490 


29 


427 


1 892 


3 594 


3 672 


3 799 


1 280 


797 


137 


35 


- 


- 


5 


10 


6 


6 


8 


- 


i35 


138 


- 


6 


19 


25 


28 


28 


32 


- 


142 


629 


22 


67 


129 


117 


79 


119 


59 


37 


121 


11 274 


4 


167 


1 047 


2 407 


2 572 


3 025 


1 224 


828 


145 


5 086 


- 


23 


244 


797 


1 229 


1 548 


721 


524 


158 


6 188 


4 


144 


803 


1 610 


1 343 


1 477 


503 


304 


135 


18 531 


62 


526 


2 238 


4 201 


4 155 


4 589 


1 660 


1 100 


138 


17 901 


55 


493 


2 188 


4 107 


4 027 


4 399 


1 601 


1 031 


138 


53 


- 


- 


6 


5 


17 


17 


8 


- 


148 


143 


7 


- 


12 


10 


25 


45 


13 


31 


169 


332 


- 


19 


12 


46 


63 


124 


30 


38 


160 


102 


- 


14 


20 


33 


23 


4 


8 


- 


113 



121-40 CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 



METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



Table B — 7 Year Structure Built for Owner- and Renter-Occupied Housing Units: 1980 



[Doto ore estimates based on o sample, see Introduction. For meaning of symbols, see Introduction, for definitions of terms, see appendixes A and B] 



Cincinnati city 



Occupied housing units 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER 

Married-couple families 

15 to 24 yeors 

25 to 34 yeors 

35 to 44 yeors 

45 to 64 years 

65 yeors and over 

Male householder, no wrfe present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 yeors 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Female householder, no husband present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 yeors 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Median age.. 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

1979 to Morch 1980 

1975 to 1978 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1959 or earlier 

ROOMS 

1 room 

2 rooms 

3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 or more rooms 

Medion 

PLUMBING FACILITIES BY PERSONS PER ROOM 

Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

0.50 or less 

0.51 to 1.00 

1.01 to 1.50 

151 or more 

Lacking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

0.50 or less 

0.51 to 1.00 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

PERSONS IN UNIT 

1 person 

2 persons 

3 persons 

4 persons 

5 persons 

6 or more persons 

Median 

Total persons 

UNITS IN STRUQURE 

1. detached or attached 

2 

3 and 4 

5 to 9 

10 to 49 

50 or more 

Mobile home or trailer, etc. 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

Heating equipment 

Steam or hot water system 

Central warm-air furnace or electric heat pump 

Other built-in electric units 

Floor, woll, or pipeless furnace 

Other means 

Air conditioning 

Central system 

1 or more individual room units 

House heating fuel 

Utility gas 

Bottled, tonk, or LP gas 

Electricity 

fuel oil, kerosene, etc 

Other 

Income in 1979 below poverty level 

Percent below poverty level 

HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1979 

Less than $5,000 

$5,000 to $9,999 

$10,000 to $12,499 

$12,500 to $14,999 

$15,000 to $19,999 

$20,000 to $24,999 

$25,000 to $34,999 

$35,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 or more 

Median 

Mean 



Owner-occupied housing units 


Renter-occupied housing units 




1975 to 


1970 to 


1960 to 


1940 to 


1939 or 




1975 to 


1970 to 


1960 to 


1940 to 


1939 or 


Total 


March 1980 


1974 


1969 


1959 


earlier 


Total 


March 1980 


1974 


1969 


1959 


earlier 


60 687 


645 


887 


4 096 


17 805 


37 254 


96 990 


3 783 


8 994 


21 S81 


27 523 


35 109 


39 086 


447 


630 


3 076 


11 764 


23 169 


23 853 


935 


2 249 


5 386 


6 891 


8 392 


783 


12 


- 


49 


249 


473 


4 654 


287 


589 


1 180 


1 395 


1 203 


7 486 


116 


191 


518 


2 155 


4 506 


7 649 


349 


823 


1 771 


2 256 


2 450 


6 694 


118 


142 


547 


2 051 


3 836 


2 727 


47 


148 


548 


832 


1 152 


16 030 


182 


217 


1 527 


4 795 


9 309 


4 929 


125 


380 


936 


1 236 


2 252 


8 093 


19 


80 


435 


2 514 


5 045 


3 894 


127 


309 


951 


1 172 


1 335 


6 262 


69 


118 


258 


1 497 


4 320 


24 925 


1 089 


2 525 


5 399 


6 213 


9 699 


296 


6 


- 


37 


83 


170 


5 621 


334 


735 


1 472 


1 351 


1 729 


1 525 


41 


47 


29 


371 


1 037 


7 785 


459 


886 


1 925 


2 083 


2 432 


925 


4 


19 


47 


220 


635 


2 868 


101 


306 


651 


675 


1 135 


1 760 


12 


38 


102 


355 


1 253 


5 202 


116 


327 


903 


1 225 


2 631 


1 756 


6 


14 


43 


468 


1 225 


3 449 


79 


271 


448 


879 


1 772 


15 339 


129 


139 


762 


4 544 


9 765 


48 212 


1 759 


4 220 


10 796 


14 419 


17 018 


107 


6 


- 


6 


11 


84 


8 387 


335 


889 


2 277 


2 581 


2 305 


1 183 


16 


23 


98 


434 


612 


11 718 


430 


968 


2 913 


3 827 


3 580 


1 538 


6 


29 


103 


587 


813 


4 608 


153 


345 


1 012 


1 494 


1 604 


5 678 


61 


26 


334 


1 759 


3 498 


10 730 


233 


739 


1 943 


3 254 


4 561 


6 833 


40 


61 


221 


1 753 


4 758 


12 769 


608 


1 279 


2 651 


3 263 


4 968 


53.9 


44.8 


44.5 


50.7 


53.9 


55.0 


37.4 


31.2 


33.0 


33.3 


35.8 


44.9 


5 488 


261 


101 


395 


1 498 


3 233 


37 269 


2 603 


3 990 


8 734 


10 086 


11 856 


12 028 


384 


320 


853 


3 624 


6 847 


32 650 


1 180 


3 283 


7 394 


9 798 


10 995 


9 671 


- 


466 


765 


3 033 


5 407 


13 738 


- 


1 721 


3 031 


3 636 


5 350 


15 629 


- 


- 


2 083 


4 639 


8 907 


9 714 


_ 


_ 


2 422 


2 850 


4 442 


17 871 


- 


- 


- 


5 Oil 


12 860 


3 619 


- 


- 


- 


1 153 


2 466 


66 


10 


5 


6 


16 


29 


3 924 


88 


343 


852 


753 


1 888 


177 


- 


19 


14 


32 


112 


11 428 


487 


1 116 


2 483 


2 561 


4 781 


1 915 


15 


31 


85 


356 


1 428 


32 139 


1 471 


3 083 


7 297 


9 391 


10 897 


5 639 


51 


111 


231 


1 640 


3 606 


27 788 


1 113 


2 774 


6 950 


8 087 


8 864 


14 774 


145 


71 


860 


5 273 


8 425 


14 425 


490 


1 243 


3 024 


4 550 


5 118 


17 090 


146 


237 


1 099 


5 028 


10 580 


4 602 


119 


247 


645 


1 452 


2 139 


21 026 


278 


413 


1 801 


5 460 


13 074 


2 684 


15 


188 


330 


729 


1 422 


6.0 


6.2 


6.4 


6.3 


5.8 


6.0 


3.5 


3.4 


3.5 


3.5 


3.6 


3.5 


60 080 


640 


878 


4 086 


17 669 


36 807 


94 284 


3 685 


8 793 


21 217 


27 009 


33 580 


41 697 


506 


558 


2 662 


11 876 


26 095 


59 499 


2 690 


6 169 


14 165 


15 765 


20 710 


16 652 


129 


297 


1 369 


5 234 


9 623 


29 611 


924 


2 395 


6 170 


9 395 


10 727 


1 514 


- 


23 


50 


492 


949 


3 822 


42 


166 


623 


1 441 


1 550 


217 


5 


- 


5 


67 


140 


1 352 


29 


63 


259 


408 


593 


607 


5 


9 


10 


136 


447 


2 706 


98 


201 


364 


514 


1 529 


383 


- 


9 


5 


81 


288 


1 184 


55 


137 


232 


221 


539 


193 


- 


- 


5 


39 


149 


1 292 


36 


49 


108 


237 


862 


26 


- 


- 


- 


16 


10 


169 


7 


15 


24 


32 


91 


5 


5 


- 


- 


- 


- 


61 


- 


- 


- 


24 


37 


11 588 


145 


134 


509 


3 230 


7 570 


47 056 


2 101 


4 742 


11 028 


11 966 


17 219 


20 885 


207 


339 


1 402 


6 232 


12 705 


25 377 


1 160 


2 650 


6 041 


7 194 


8 332 


10 116 


105 


94 


685 


3 004 


6 228 


11 561 


339 


885 


2 533 


3 607 


4 197 


8 621 


118 


157 


790 


2 564 


4 992 


6 562 


132 


420 


1 143 


2 263 


2 604 


4 684 


29 


80 


387 


1 428 


2 760 


3 513 


33 


193 


452 


1 330 


1 505 


4 793 


41 


83 


323 


1 347 


2 999 


2 921 


18 


104 


384 


1 163 


1 252 


2.40 


2.36 


2.41 


2.70 


2.41 


2.37 


1.56 


1.40 


1.45 


1.48 


1.75 


1 54 


177 461 


1 831 


2 750 


12 799 


51 297 


108 784 


193 612 


6 330 


15 907 


39 612 


59 974 


71 789 


49 890 


410 


689 


3 569 


15 581 


29 641 


8 507 


82 


323 


1 370 


3 083 


3 649 


7 230 


33 


46 


146 


1 450 


5 555 


12 280 


114 


120 


458 


3 625 


7 963 


2 249 


43 


49 


138 


516 


1 503 


19 445 


176 


423 


2 178 


7 810 


8 858 


483 


18 


9 


54 


95 


307 


16 217 


587 


932 


2 562 


5 377 


6 759 


606 


115 


44 


115 


124 


208 


29 530 


1 913 


5 033 


10 367 


6 247 


5 970 


150 


15 


30 


45 


33 


27 


10 889 


902 


2 150 


4 606 


1 356 


1 875 


79 


11 


20 


29 


6 


13 


122 


9 


13 


40 


25 


35 


60 684 


645 


887 


4 096 


17 805 


37 251 


96 783 


3 777 


8 994 


21 555 


27 461 


34 996 


8 740 


15 


26 


372 


2 089 


6 238 


41 113 


728 


3 530 


10 010 


13 566 


13 279 


49 035 


605 


776 


3 610 


15 099 


28 945 


38 332 


1 995 


3 737 


8 536 


10 252 


13 812 


177 


12 


28 


32 


48 


57 


6 643 


899 


1 453 


1 990 


1 277 


1 024 


736 


- 


6 


26 


228 


476 


2 421 


63 


174 


635 


697 


852 


1 996 


13 


51 


56 


341 


1 535 


8 274 


92 


100 


384 


1 669 


6 029 


38 737 


566 


785 


3 436 


12 566 


21 384 


51 773 


3 390 


7 578 


17 201 


12 580 


11 024 


15 775 


538 


713 


2 475 


6 648 


5 401 


12 913 


1 900 


2 905 


5 114 


1 771 


1 223 


22 962 


28 


72 


961 


5 918 


15 983 


38 860 


1 490 


4 673 


12 087 


10 809 


9 801 


60 684 


645 


887 


4 096 


17 805 


37 251 


96 783 


3 777 


8 994 


21 555 


27 461 


34 996 


58 004 


130 


606 


3 887 


17 277 


36 104 


78 764 


1 253 


5 771 


16 352 


23 959 


31 429 


267 


11 


11 


14 


76 


155 


1 050 


13 


95 


232 


365 


345 


1 305 


468 


252 


147 


209 


229 


13 806 


2 366 


2 783 


4 290 


2 371 


1 996 


798 


34 


4 


42 


216 


502 


1 160 


112 


147 


229 


269 


403 


310 


2 


14 


6 


27 


261 


2 003 


33 


198 


452 


497 


823 


4 020 


19 


63 


145 


996 


2 797 


27 196 


677 


1 895 


4 257 


8 310 


12 057 


6.6 


29 


7,1 


3.5 


5.6 


7,5 


28.0 


17.9 


21.1 


19.7 


302 


343 


4 980 


18 


66 


133 


1 247 


3 516 


28 289 


805 


2 090 


4 602 


8 083 


12 709 


7 544 


37 


37 


223 


2 023 


5 224 


22 116 


706 


1 724 


4 613 


6 912 


8 161 


4 238 


25 


104 


252 


1 136 


2 721 


11 108 


423 


1 060 


2 534 


3 381 


3 710 


4 090 


15 


15 


213 


1 223 


2 624 


7 651 


342 


679 


2 129 


2 120 


2 381 


9 620 


106 


92 


630 


2 973 


5 819 


12 404 


630 


1 486 


3 234 


3 382 


3 672 


8 675 


87 


128 


594 


2 763 


5 103 


6 911 


360 


891 


1 846 


1 837 


1 977 


11 570 


120 


219 


975 


3 651 


6 605 


5 681 


312 


660 


1 795 


1 228 


1 686 


6 505 


86 


103 


628 


1 963 


3 725 


1 824 


124 


252 


492 


415 


541 


3 465 


151 


123 


448 


826 


1 917 


1 006 


81 


152 


336 


165 


272 


$19 936 


$26 875 


$25 066 


$25 032 


$20 51 1 


$18 973 


$9 542 


$12 249 


$11 611 


$11 554 


$9 061 


$7 759 


$23 729 


$36 635 


$33 704 


$31 304 


$23 881 


$22 362 


$11 837 


$14 422 


$13 832 


$13 786 


$10 975 


$10 527 



METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 121-41 



Table B— 8. Units in Structure for Owner- and Renter-Occupied Housing Units: 1980 



Cincinnati city 



Occupied housing units 

Condominium housing units 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER 

Married-couple families 

15 to 24 yeors 

25 to 34 yeors 

35 to 44 yeors 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Male householder, no wife present 

15 to 24 yeors 

25 to 34 yeors 

35 to 44 yeors 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Female householder, no husband present 

15 to 24 yeors 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 yeors 

65 years and over 

Median age 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

1979 to March 1980 

1975 to 1978 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1959 or earlier 

ROOMS 

1 room 

2 rooms 

3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 or more rooms 

Median 

PLUMBING FACILITIES BY PERSONS PER ROOM 
Complete plumbing tor exclusive use 

50 or less 

0.51 to 1.00 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

Lacking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

0.50 or less 

0.51 to 1.00 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

BEDROOMS 

None 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 or more 

HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1979 

Less than $5,000 

$5,000 to $9,999 

$10,000 to $12.499 

$12,500 to $14.999 

$15,000 to $19.999 

$20,000 to $24.999 

$25,000 to $34,999 

$35,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 or more 

Median 

Mean 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

Heating equipment 

Steam or hot water system 

Central warm-air furnace or electric heat pump 

Other built-in electric units 

Floor, wall, or pipeless furnace 

Other means 

Air conditioning 

Central system 

Vehicles available 

1 

2 or more 

House heating fuel 

Utility gas 

Bottled, tank, or LP gas 

Electricity 

Fuel oil. kerosene, etc. 

Other 

Water heating fuel 

Utility gos 

Bottled, tank, or LP gas 

Electricity 

Fuel oil, kerosene, etc. 

Other 

Family householder 

With own children under 18 years 

With own children under 6 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

With own children under 18 yeors 

With own children under 6 years 

Nonfomity householder 

Income in 1979 below poverty level 

Percent below poverty level 



[Data are estimates bosed on o 


sample, see Introduction For meaning of symbols, see Introduction. For definitions of terms, see appendixes A and B] 




Owner-occupied housing units 


Renter-occupied housing units 




1 unit. 




Mobile 




1 unit. 












Mobile 




detached or 


2 or more 


home or 




detached or 




3 and 4 




10 to 49 


50 or more 


home or 


Totol 


attached 


units 


trailer, etc. 


Total 


attached 


2 units 


units 


5 to 9 units 


units 


units 


trailer, etc. 


60 687 


49 890 


10 718 


79 


96 990 


8 507 


12 280 


19 445 


16 217 


29 530 


10 889 


122 


604 


138 


466 


- 


944 


203 


32 


54 


187 


277 


191 


- 


39 086 


34 035 


5 018 


33 


23 853 


3 567 


4 048 


4 894 


3 141 


6 213 


1 983 


7 


783 


613 


170 


- 


4 654 


332 


741 


897 


651 


1 746 


287 


- 


7 486 


6 614 


866 


6 


7 649 


1 125 


1 413 


1 501 


970 


2 125 


508 


7 


6 694 


6 026 


663 


j 


2 727 


800 


478 


419 


298 


641 


91 


_ 


16 030 


13 959 


2 060 


11 


4 929 


884 


879 


1 080 


720 


1 004 


362 


_ 


8 093 


6 823 


1 259 


11 


3 894 


426 


537 


997 


502 


697 


735 


_ 


6 262 


4 337 


1 895 


30 


24 925 


1 245 


2 517 


4 569 


4 481 


8 910 


3 143 


60 


296 


168 


120 


8 


5 621 


306 


481 


1 059 


910 


2 224 


626 


15 


1 525 


962 


557 


6 


7 785 


451 


893 


1 401 


1 322 


3 009 


703 


6 


925 


627 


294 


4 


2 868 


135 


330 


509 


457 


1 130 


287 


20 


1 760 


1 201 


553 


6 


5 202 


229 


475 


888 


1 077 


1 762 


757 


14 


1 756 


1 379 


371 


6 


3 449 


124 


338 


712 


715 


785 


770 


5 


15 339 


11 518 


3 805 


16 


48 212 


3 695 


5 715 


9 982 


8 595 


14 407 


5 763 


55 


107 


62 


45 


— 


8 387 


519 


864 


1 400 


1 676 


3 203 


725 


_ 


1 183 


892 


286 


5 


11 718 


1 100 


1 427 


2 152 


2 045 


4 212 


782 


_ 


1 538 


1 276 


262 


- 


4 608 


578 


496 


865 


936 


1 442 


291 


_ 


5 678 


4 381 


1 291 


6 


10 730 


935 


1 339 


2 387 


2 244 


2 753 


1 054 


18 


6 833 


4 907 


1 921 


5 


12 769 


563 


1 589 


3 178 


1 694 


2 797 


2 911 


37 


53.9 


53.5 


56.3 


46.6 


37.4 


37.5 


37.1 


42.0 


38.2 


32.5 


57.7 


61.2 


5 488 


4 266 


1 195 


27 


37 269 


2 960 


4 323 


6 738 


6 443 


12 767 


4 017 


21 


12 028 


9 678 


2 333 


17 


32 650 


2 769 


4 132 


6 563 


5 065 


10 547 


3 500 


74 


9 671 


8 135 


1 526 


10 


13 738 


1 227 


1 523 


2 727 


2 457 


3 710 


2 075 


19 


15 629 


13 273 


2 331 


25 


9 714 


1 004 


1 547 


2 479 


1 555 


1 962 


1 167 


_ 


17 871 


14 538 


3 333 


- 


3 619 


547 


755 


938 


697 


544 


130 


8 


66 


27 


39 


_ 


3 924 


70 


55 


302 


722 


1 433 


1 342 




177 


28 


144 


5 


11 428 


113 


382 


1 659 


3 229 


4 332 


1 657 


56 


1 915 


375 


1 512 


28 


32 139 


662 


3 295 


7 822 


5 369 


10 900 


4 052 


39 


5 639 


2 878 


2 730 


31 


27 788 


2 101 


4 287 


6 153 


4 297 


8 454 


2 482 


14 


14 774 


11 886 


2 883 


5 


14 425 


2 205 


2 723 


2 761 


2 034 


3 609 


1 088 


5 


17 090 


15 578 


1 507 


5 


4 602 


1 775 


1 009 


563 


447 


585 


223 


_ 


21 026 


19 118 


1 903 


5 


2 684 


1 581 


529 


185 


119 


217 


45 


8 


6.0 


6.1 


4.8 


3.7 


3.5 


5.1 


4,1 


3.5 


3.3 


3.3 


3.1 


2.6 


60 080 


49 812 


10 198 


70 


94 284 


8 475 


11 890 


18 919 


15 686 


28 616 


10 584 


114 


41 697 


34 529 


7 117 


51 


59 499 


4 010 


7 245 


12 352 


9 163 


18 960 


7 684 


85 


16 652 


13 935 


2 698 


19 


29 611 


3 600 


3 891 


5 580 


5 249 


8 578 


2 684 


29 


1 514 


1 187 


327 


- 


3 822 


732 


624 


803 


784 


780 


99 


_ 


217 


161 


56 


- 


1 352 


133 


130 


184 


490 


298 


117 


_ 


607 


78 


520 


9 


2 706 


32 


390 


526 


531 


914 


305 


8 


383 


23 


351 


9 


1 184 


5 


182 


260 


231 


395 


103 


8 


193 


35 


158 


- 


1 292 


27 


149 


225 


237 


459 


195 


- 


26 


20 


6 


- 


169 


- 


39 


27 


36 


60 


7 


- 


5 


- 


5 


- 


61 


- 


20 


14 


27 


- 


- 


- 


93 


32 


61 


_ 


5 185 


86 


106 


472 


1 036 


1 902 


1 573 


10 


4 871 


1 784 


3 056 


31 


48 693 


1 087 


5 342 


11 106 


8 968 


16 114 


5 995 


81 


19 198 


14 596 


4 564 


38 


33 047 


3 285 


5 276 


6 657 


4 721 


10 074 


3 Oil 


23 


23 946 


22 130 


1 811 


5 


7 729 


2 721 


1 174 


980 


1 247 


1 316 


291 


- 


9 349 


8 546 


803 


- 


1 781 


978 


294 


171 


198 


113 


19 


8 


3 230 


2 802 


423 


5 


555 


350 


88 


59 


47 


11 


- 


- 


4 980 


3 682 


1 276 


22 


28 289 


1 918 


3 070 


5 733 


6 209 


7 271 


4 048 


40 


7 544 


5 471 


2 053 


20 


22 116 


1 683 


2 783 


4 890 


4 079 


6 566 


2 084 


31 


4 238 


3 236 


996 


6 


11 108 


938 


1 528 


2 348 


1 567 


3 843 


884 


- 


4 090 


3 230 


860 


- 


7 651 


707 


1 109 


1 501 


922 


2 708 


699 


5 


9 620 


8 058 


1 546 


16 


12 404 


1 120 


1 702 


2 394 


1 628 


4 481 


1 065 


14 


8 675 


7 373 


1 298 


4 


6 911 


917 


1 063 


1 223 


808 


2 204 


676 


20 


11 570 


9 998 


1 561 


11 


5 681 


743 


758 


878 


677 


1 810 


803 


12 


6 505 


5 749 


756 


_ 


1 824 


327 


195 


358 


193 


434 


317 


- 


3 465 


3 093 


372 


- 


1 006 


154 


72 


120 


134 


213 


313 


- 


$19 936 


$20 803 


$15 606 


$8 958 


$9 542 


$11 739 


$10 470 


$9 016 


$7 231 


$10 604 


$8 223 


$6 694 


$23 729 


$24 690 


$19 340 


$12 077 


$11 837 


$14 462 


$12 574 


$11 106 


$9 736 


$12 053 


$12 813 


$11 381 


60 684 


49 890 


10 715 


79 


96 783 


8 507 


12 268 


19 426 


16 136 


29 450 


10 882 


114 


8 740 


6 375 


2 365 


- 


41 113 


1 366 


2 025 


9 014 


7 315 


16 448 


4 887 


58 


49 035 


41 612 


7 390 


33 


38 332 


5 860 


8 329 


6 944 


4 753 


8 244 


4 188 


14 


177 


99 


74 


4 


6 643 


269 


'36 


639 


971 


3 109 


1 485 


34 


736 


529 


207 


- 


2 421 


335 


384 


441 


508 


578 


175 


- 


1 996 


1 275 


679 


42 


8 274 


677 


1 394 


2 388 


2 589 


1 071 


147 


8 


38 737 


32 593 


6 099 


45 


51 773 


3 437 


4 519 


8 894 


6 204 


20 703 


7 952 


64 


15 775 


14 213 


1 551 


11 


12 913 


837 


928 


1 029 


1 413 


4 753 


3 930 


23 


53 671 


44 964 


8 633 


74 


61 228 


6 045 


8 401 


12 353 


8 216 


20 030 


6 136 


47 


23 040 


18 262 


4 741 


37 


44 266 


3 509 


5 547 


9 436 


6 294 


14 786 


4 674 


20 


30 631 


26 702 


3 892 


37 


16 962 


2 536 


2 854 


2 917 


1 922 


5 244 


1 462 


27 


60 684 


49 890 


10 715 


79 


96 783 


8 507 


12 268 


19 426 


16 136 


29 450 


10 882 


114 


58 004 


47 970 


10 016 


18 


78 764 


7 655 


11 493 


17 555 


13 299 


21 795 


6 899 


68 


267 


189 


66 


12 


1 050 


64 


119 


251 


210 


291 


110 


5 


1 305 


848 


436 


21 


13 806 


632 


486 


1 290 


2 136 


6 099 


3 129 


34 


798 


656 


114 


28 


1 160 


102 


109 


158 


105 


354 


332 


- 


310 


227 


83 


- 


2 003 


54 


61 


172 


386 


911 


412 


7 


60 664 


49 876 


10 713 


75 


96 742 


8 486 


12 274 


19 432 


16 145 


29 435 


10 856 


114 


57 854 


47 767 


10 069 


18 


77 428 


7 668 


11 392 


17 385 


13 131 


21 063 


6 713 


76 


498 


355 


137 


6 


2 048 


266 


251 


341 


353 


695 


142 


- 


2 272 


1 731 


490 


51 


15 853 


523 


581 


1 607 


2 456 


7 178 


3 470 


38 


40 


23 


17 


- 


657 


5 


36 


52 


38 


219 


307 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


756 


24 


14 


47 


167 


280 


224 


- 


47 567 


40 812 


6 703 


52 


43 382 


6 384 


6 912 


8 617 


7 360 


11 225 


2 860 


24 


20 356 


18 044 


2 307 


5 


24 05/ 


4 395 


3 798 


4 525 


4 469 


6 010 


853 


7 


7 802 


6 834 


968 


- 


14 003 


2 114 


2 235 


2 734 


2 586 


3 750 


577 


7 


6 871 


5 476 


1 384 


11 


17 263 


2 555 


2 449 


3 340 


3 801 


4 383 


725 


10 


2 640 


2 170 


470 


- 


12 585 


2 009 


1 580 


2 398 


2 895 


3 296 


407 


- 


497 


349 


148 


- 


6 394 


916 


743 


1 255 


1 549 


1 721 


210 


- 


13 120 


9 078 


4 015 


27 


53 608 


2 123 


5 368 


10 828 


8 857 


18 305 


8 029 


98 


4 020 


2 985 


1 024 


11 


27 196 


2 532 


3 050 


5 247 


6 307 


6 876 


3 144 


40 


6.6 


6.0 


9.6 


13.9 


28.0 


29.8 


24.8 


27.0 


38.9 


23.3 


28.9 


32.8 



121-42 CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 



METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



Table 8—9. Owner- and Renter-Occupied Housing Units by Size of Household: 1980 

[Data ore estimotes based on a sample, see Introduction. For meaning of symbols, see Introduction. For definitions of terms, see appendixes A ond I 

Cincinnati city 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Nonrelotives present 

ROOMS 

1 to 3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 rooms 

8 or more rooms 

Median _ 

PLUMBING FACILITIES BY PERSONS PER ROOM 
Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1.00 or less 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

Locking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1.00 or less 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

UNITS IN STRUaURE 

1, detached or attached 

2 or more 

Mobile home or trailer, etc. 

VALUE 

Specified owner-occupied housing units 

Less thon $10,000 

$10,000 to $19,999 

$20,000 to $29,999 

$30,000 to $39,999 

$40,000 to $49.999 

$50,000 to $59.999 

$60,000 to $79,999 

$80,000 to $99.999 

$100,000 to $149,999 

$150,000 or more 

Median 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

All income levels in 1979 

Median income 

Median selected monthly owner costs as percentage of 

household income 

With a mortgage 

Not mortgaged 

Income in 1979 below poverty level 

Median income 

Median selected monthly owner costs as percentage of 

household income 

With o mortgage 

Not mortgaged 

Renter-occupied housing units 

Nonrelotives present 

ROOMS 

1 room 

2 rooms 

3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 or more rooms 

Median 

PLUMBING FACILITIES BY PERSONS PER ROOM 
Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1.00 or less 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

Lacking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1 .00 or less 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

UNITS IN STRUQURE 

1, detached or ottached 

2 

3 and 4 

5 to 9 

10 to 49 

50 or more 

Mobile home or trailer, etc. 

GROSS RENT 

Specified renter-occupied housing units 

Less than $100 

$100 to $149 

$150to $199 

$200 to $249 

$250 to $299 

$300 to $349 

$350 to $399 

$400 to $499 

$500 or more 

No cosh rent 

Median 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

All income levels in 1979 

Median income 

Median gross rent as percentage of household income _ 

Income in 1979 below poverty level 

Median income 

Median gross rent as percentage of household income . 



















8 or more 






Total 


1 person 


2 persons 


3 persons 


4 persons 


5 persons 


6 persons 


7 persons 


persons 


Medion 


lotol persons 


60 687 


11 588 


20 885 


10 116 


8 621 


4 684 


2 488 


1 541 


764 


2.40 


177 461 


2 791 


- 


1 309 


540 


319 


227 


180 


164 


52 


2.66 


9 588 


2 158 


1 239 


669 


117 


58 


38 


20 


5 


12 


1 37 


4 148 


5 639 


2 059 


2 385 


609 


356 


159 


43 


25 


3 


1 82 


12 267 


14 774 


3 810 


6 117 


2 199 


1 562 


590 


333 


127 


36 


208 


35 259 


17 090 


2 652 


5 871 


3 410 


2 493 


1 444 


629 


428 


163 


251 


50 277 


10 091 


1 080 


3 241 


1 933 


1 795 


1 004 


527 


355 


156 


2.87 


32 743 


10 935 


748 


2 602 


1 848 


2 357 


1 449 


936 


601 


394 


3.61 


42 767 


6.0 


5.2 


5.7 


6.1 


64 


6.6 


6.9 


70 


76 






60 080 


11 369 


20 689 


10 076 


8 544 


4 684 


2 464 


1 513 


741 


2.40 


175 717 


58 349 


11 369 


20 684 


10 065 


8 486 


4 487 


2 068 


938 


252 


2.36 


163 402 


1 514 


- 


- 


11 


55 


159 


376 


545 


368 


679 


10 649 


217 


- 


5 


- 


3 


38 


20 


30 


121 


793 


1 666 


607 


219 


196 


40 


77 


_ 


24 


28 


23 


1.93 


1 744 


576 


219 


191 


40 


77 


_ 


24 


18 


7 


1.86 


1 581 


26 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10 


16 


8.00 


153 


5 


- 


5 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2.00 


10 


49 890 


8 013 


17 324 


8 718 


7 506 


4 156 


2 211 


1 352 


610 


2.48 


145 993 


10 718 


3 548 


3 522 


1 390 


1 110 


528 


277 


189 


154 


2.01 


31 284 


79 


27 


39 


8 


5 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1.82 


184 


47 259 


7 568 


16 412 


8 269 


7 129 


3 960 


2 087 


1 257 


577 


2.48 


136 829 


828 


219 


271 


113 


48 


79 


56 


22 


20 


2.22 


2 556 


4 045 


974 


1 409 


627 


332 


269 


171 


188 


75 


2.24 


10 854 


7 973 


1 702 


2 773 


1 170 


1 049 


638 


327 


178 


136 


2.32 


21 325 


9 709 


1 614 


3 313 


1 765 


1 427 


672 


495 


278 


145 


2.48 


27 684 


9 231 


1 267 


3 299 


1 851 


1 478 


783 


291 


206 


56 


2.53 


25 916 


5 933 


871 


1 955 


1 097 


1 065 


510 


256 


120 


59 


2.63 


18 230 


5 254 


607 


1 867 


915 


911 


507 


266 


140 


41 


2.67 


16 118 


1 835 


140 


671 


328 


326 


235 


67 


59 


9 


2.82 


5 938 


1 520 


133 


538 


253 


288 


152 


87 


42 


27 


2.85 


5 045 


931 


41 


316 


150 


205 


115 


71 


24 


9 


3.22 


3 163 


$41 100 


$34 900 


$41 300 


$42 400 


$44 800 


$44 200 


$39 900 


$38 400 


$33 600 






60 687 


11 588 


20 885 


10 116 


8 621 


4 684 


2 488 


1 541 


764 


2.40 


177 461 


$19 936 


$8 908 


$19 245 


$22 377 


$25 214 


$24 253 


$24 842 


$27 648 


$27 434 






16.0 


23.3 


14.5 


14.7 


15.9 


16.5 


15.5 


14.3 


14.4 






18.6 


28.3 


18.7 


18.7 


17.5 


17.9 


16.9 


16.0 


15.9 






11.3 


20.2 


10.5 


10- 


10- 


10- 


10- 


10- 


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4 020 


1 671 


921 


359 


303 


242 


255 


146 


123 


1.87 




$3 323 


$2 739 


$3 157 


$3 632 


$3 605 


$5 164 


$6 816 


$8 077 


$7 098 






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49.9 


47.7 


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45.7 


23.0 


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25 377 


11 561 


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3 513 


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429 


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193 612 


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1 712 


762 


299 


178 


117 


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4 584 


11 428 


8 869 


1 775 


513 


217 


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14 879 


32 139 


20 933 


7 846 


2 077 


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282 


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48 009 


27 788 


9 545 


9 120 


4 986 


2 654 


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300 


124 


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60 650 


14 425 


3 312 


4 676 


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613 


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661 


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16 168 


2 684 


258 


473 


461 


523 


416 


201 


173 


179 


379 


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3.0 


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4.3 


4.8 


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5.5 


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45 609 


24 775 


11 277 


6 330 


3 433 


1 540 


905 


415 


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561 


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1 352 


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332 


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191 


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6 671 


2 706 


1 447 


602 


284 


232 


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2 476 


1 447 


602 


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1 354 


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547 


331 


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12 280 


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1 122 


533 


313 


91 


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1.96 


77 547 


19 445 


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640 


245 


126 


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237 


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13 163 


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42 400 


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683 


263 


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552 


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238 


188 


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215 


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123 


108 


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442 


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109 


111 


46 


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15 


1.89 


3 121 


1 586 


651 


509 


186 


148 


25 


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7 


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1 78 


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$190 


$175 


$211 


$211 


$202 


$201 


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96 990 


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25 377 


11 561 


6 562 


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1.56 


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$9 542 


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$4 232 


$4 838 


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$6 267 


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40.4 


36.3 


36.4 


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121-44 CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 



METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



Table B — 11. Age and Sex of Householder in One-Person Households for Owner- and Renter-Occupied Housing 
Units: 1980 



Cincinnati city 



Owner-occupied housing units 

PLUMBING FACILITIES 

Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

Locking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

UNITS IN STRUQURE 

1, detached or attached 

2 or more 

Mobile home or trailer, etc. 

HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1979 

Less thon $5.000 

$5,000 to $9,999 

$10,000 to $12,499 

$12,500 to $14.999 

$15,000 to $19,999 

$20,000 to $24,999 

$25,000 to $34.999 

$35,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 or more 

Median 

Mean 

MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED MONTHLY 
OWNER COSTS 

Specified owner-occupied housing units 

With a mortgage 

Less thon $200 

$200 to $249 

$250 to $299 

$300 to $349 

$350 to $399 

$400 to $499 

$500 to $599 

$600 to $749 

$750 or more 

Median 

Not mortgaged 

Less than $50 

$50 to $74 

$75 to $99 

$100 to $124 

$125 to $149 

$150 to $199 

$200 to $249 

$250 or more 

Median 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 
Median selected monthly owner costs as percentage of 
household income in 1979 

With a mortgage 

Not mortgoged 

Income in 1979 below poverty level 

Percent below poverty level 

Renter-occupied housing units 

PLUMBING FACILITIES 

Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

Locking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

UNITS IN STRUCTURE 

I, detached or attached 

2 

3 and 4 

5 to 9 

10 to 49 

50 or more 

Mobile home or trailer, etc. 

HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1979 

Less than $5,000_. 

$5,000 to $9,999 

$10,000 to $12,499 

$12,500 to $14,999 

$15,000 to $19,999 

$20,000 to $24,999 

$25,000 to $34,999 

$35,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 or more 

Median 

Mean 

GROSS RENT 

Specified renter-occupied housing units 

Less than $100 

$100 to $149 _ 

$150 to $199 

$200 to $249 

$250 to $299 

$300 to $349 _ 

$350 to $399 

$400 to $499 

$500 or more 

No cosh rent 

Median 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 
Median gross rent as percentage of household income in 
1979 

Income in 1979 below poverty level 

Percent below poverty level 



[Data are estimates based on a 


sample, see 


Introduction 


For meaning 


of symbols. 


see Introduction For definitions of terms 


see oppendixes A ond B] 








Male householder 


Female householder 




15 to 24 


25 to 34 


35 to 44 


45 to 64 


65 years 




15 to 24 


25 to 34 


35 to 44 


45 to 64 


65 years 


Total 


Total 


years 


years 


yeors 


years 


and over 


Total 


yeors 


yeors 


years 


yeors 


and over 


11 588 


3 823 


166 


933 


526 


1 003 


1 195 


7 765 


28 


413 


267 


2 284 


4 773 


11 369 


3 722 


160 


909 


516 


963 


1 174 


7 647 


28 


413 


267 


2 266 


4 673 


219 


101 


6 


24 


10 


40 


21 


118 


- 


- 


- 


18 


100 


8 013 


2 468 


85 


527 


313 


644 


899 


5 545 


13 


309 


171 


1 644 


3 408 


3 548 


1 333 


81 


400 


209 


353 


290 


2 215 


15 


104 


96 


640 


1 360 


27 


22 


- 


6 


4 


6 


6 


5 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5 


3 238 


610 


31 


35 


42 


111 


391 


2 628 


6 


17 


26 


508 


2 071 


3 198 


805 


43 


88 


30 


155 


489 


2 393 


4 


65 


51 


688 


1 585 


1 115 


424 


40 


131 


55 


102 


96 


691 


- 


66 


45 


253 


327 


853 


289 


9 


98 


55 


57 


70 


564 


12 


63 


31 


221 


237 


1 312 


620 


23 


224 


95 


194 


84 


692 


6 


84 


85 


266 


251 


809 


480 


7 


137 


138 


168 


30 


329 


_ 


47 


6 


197 


79 


570 


323 


13 


127 


49 


110 


24 


247 


_ 


60 


23 


88 


76 


287 


168 


- 


59 


43 


55 


11 


119 


_ 


11 


_ 


50 


58 


206 


104 


- 


34 


19 


51 


- 


102 


_ 


_ 


_ 


13 


89 


$8 908 


$13 127 


$10 562 


$18 045 


$19 205 


$16 972 


$6 941 


$7 466 


$13 333 


$14 821 


$13 427 


$9 657 


$5 833 


$12 291 


$16 205 


$11 168 


$20 181 


$20 419 


$20 311 


$8 499 


$10 364 


$10 810 


$16 596 


$13 977 


$11 725 


$8 968 


7 568 


2 284 


73 


465 


276 


612 


858 


5 284 


13 


299 


167 


1 529 


3 276 


2 480 


1 114 


42 


428 


269 


260 


115 


1 366 


13 


277 


137 


592 


347 


376 


124 


15 


24 


19 


39 


27 


252 


_ 


4 


13 


84 


151 


479 


196 


- 


53 


64 


37 


42 


283 


_ 


46 


18 


139 


80 


461 


179 


7 


60 


46 


48 


18 


282 


6 


45 


26 


156 


49 


394 


183 


20 


49 


34 


58 


22 


211 


7 


34 


29 


91 


50 


246 


107 


- 


42 


27 


32 


6 


139 


_ 


46 


33 


60 


_ 


236 


132 


- 


78 


35 


19 


- 


104 


_ 


58 


12 


28 


6 


146 


80 


- 


56 


12 


12 


_ 


66 


_ 


21 


6 


34 


5 


79 


71 


- 


44 


20 


7 


- 


8 


_ 


8 


_ 


_ 


_ 


63 


42 


- 


22 


12 


8 


- 


21 


_ 


15 


_ 


_ 


6 


$292 


$316 


$293 


$383 


$308 


$305 


$236 


$276 


$304 


$360 


$320 


$273 


$214 


5 088 


1 170 


31 


37 


7 


352 


743 


3 918 


_ 


22 


30 


937 


2 929 


43 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


43 


- 


- 


- 


17 


26 


316 


70 


- 


8 


- 


32 


30 


246 


_ 


_ 


_ 


36 


210 


1 083 


294 


19 


7 


7 


67 


194 


789 


_ 


5 


_ 


159 


625 


1 268 


295 


6 


- 


- 


107 


182 


973 


_ 


_ 


24 


222 


727 


965 


204 


- 


17 


- 


66 


121 


761 


- 


4 


_ 


211 


546 


998 


236 


6 


5 


- 


59 


166 


762 


_ 


_ 


_ 


208 


554 


243 


18 


- 


- 


- 


6 


12 


225 


_ 


13 


_ 


61 


151 


172 


53 


- 


- 


- 


15 


38 


119 


_ 


_ 


6 


23 


90 


$122 


$119 


$95 


$130 


$88 


$118 


$120 


$123 


- 


$208 


$116 


$129 


$121 


23.3 


20.9 


25.4 


24.9 


22.0 


14.7 


23.2 


24.3 


34.6 


28.5 


28.0 


19.9 


25.3 


28.3 


24.1 


16.7 


26.0 


22.4 


19.8 


48.7 


33.4 


34.6 


28.6 


295 


283 


50+ 


20.2 


17.2 


27.6 


16.4 


10- 


10.8 


20.0 


21.3 


_ 


18.8 


16.9 


16.5 


23.5 


1 671 


309 


13 


29 


42 


96 


129 


1 362 


6 


13 


17 


409 


917 


14.4 


8.1 


7.8 


3.1 


8.0 


9.6 


108 


17,5 


21.4 


3.1 


6.4 


17.9 


19.2 


47 056 


18 849 


3 471 


5 761 


2 218 


4 333 


3 066 


28 207 


3 382 


5 237 


1 651 


6 665 


11 272 


45 609 


17 997 


3 369 


5 559 


2 125 


3 990 


2 954 


27 612 


3 345 


5 119 


1 607 


6 543 


10 998 


1 447 


852 


102 


202 


93 


343 


112 


595 


37 


118 


44 


122 


274 


1 490 


567 


86 


179 


83 


140 


79 


923 


38 


122 


55 


319 


389 


4 475 


1 616 


223 


535 


250 


352 


256 


2 859 


232 


567 


163 


642 


1 255 


9 779 


3 519 


687 


1 094 


413 


698 


627 


6 260 


563 


996 


264 


1 649 


2 788 


7 809 


3 474 


594 


964 


343 


915 


658 


4 335 


532 


733 


274 


1 319 


1 477 


16 069 


7 026 


1 492 


2 396 


877 


1 547 


714 


9 043 


1 609 


2 276 


738 


1 842 


2 578 


7 346 


2 604 


379 


587 


237 


674 


727 


4 742 


408 


543 


157 


886 


2 748 


88 


43 


10 


6 


15 


7 


5 


45 


- 


- 


- 


8 


37 


17 908 


5 697 


1 046 


818 


496 


1 597 


1 740 


12 211 


1 115 


776 


385 


3 223 


6 712 


11 401 


4 223 


1 048 


1 174 


340 


864 


797 


7 178 


1 307 


1 176 


464 


1 505 


2 726 


5 651 


2 194 


529 


899 


190 


391 


185 


3 457 


538 


1 328 


321 


713 


557 


3 353 


1 479 


359 


633 


205 


236 


46 


1 874 


161 


775 


120 


444 


374 


4 921 


2 697 


310 


1 316 


473 


474 


124 


2 224 


214 


916 


286 


456 


352 


1 954 


1 293 


112 


553 


232 


343 


53 


661 


34 


192 


38 


158 


239 


1 207 


838 


52 


306 


194 


249 


37 


369 


5 


57 


37 


106 


164 


333 


202 


15 


29 


39 


94 


25 


131 


- 


17 


- 


32 


82 


328 


226 


- 


33 


49 


85 


59 


102 


8 


- 


- 


28 


66 


$7 340 


$9 397 


$8 379 


$12 471 


$13 512 


$8 010 


$4 624 


$6 233 


$7 264 


$11 255 


$9 807 


$5 309 


$4 450 


$9 231 


$11 143 


$8 736 


$12 995 


$14 417 


$11 359 


$7 713 


$7 954 


$7 474 


$11 096 


$9 981 


$7 468 


$6 630 


46 861 


18 773 


3 471 


5 726 


2 210 


4 311 


3 055 


28 088 


3 377 


5 225 


1 651 


6 618 


11 217 


8 434 


3 144 


202 


299 


300 


1 170 


1 173 


5 290 


143 


201 


187 


1 651 


3 108 


8 358 


3 453 


521 


744 


319 


1 135 


734 


4 905 


393 


492 


237 


1 528 


2 255 


13 586 


5 316 


1 342 


1 870 


568 


921 


615 


8 270 


1 465 


1 681 


423 


1 786 


2 915 


8 821 


3 605 


934 


1 369 


509 


586 


207 


5 216 


983 


1 631 


465 


926 


1 211 


3 803 


1 585 


280 


725 


201 


240 


139 


2 218 


257 


712 


196 


383 


670 


1 625 


765 


87 


422 


133 


82 


41 


860 


70 


306 


83 


130 


271 


552 


270 


42 


114 


52 


39 


23 


282 


11 


74 


11 


68 


118 


589 


239 


35 


86 


64 


35 


19 


350 


13 


63 


39 


49 


186 


442 


97 


- 


15 


26 


20 


36 


345 


26 


26 


- 


46 


247 


651 


299 


28 


82 


38 


83 


68 


352 


16 


39 


10 


51 


236 


$175 


$177 


$189 


$198 


$188 


$135 


$120 


$174 


$191 


$206 


$193 


$154 


$152 


26.2 


22.2 


27.3 


19.8 


17.9 


20.4 


27.3 


28.8 


32.0 


23.2 


24.6 


28.8 


33.5 


13 070 


4 161 


899 


626 


401 


1 297 


938 


8 909 


885 


618 


336 


2 814 


4 256 


27.8 


22.1 


25.9 


10.9 


18.1 


29.9 


30.6 


31 6 


26.2 


118 


20.4 


422 


378 



METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 121-45 



Table B — 12. Duration of Vacancy for Year-Round Vacant for Sale and Vacant for Rent Housing Units: 1980 



Cincinnati city 



[Data ore estimates based on a sample, see Introduction. For meaning of symbols, see Introduction. For definitions of terms, see appendixes A and B] 

Cincinnati city 



Vacant for sale only housing units 

ROOMS 

1 to 3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 rooms 

8 or more rooms 

Median 

PLUMBING FACILITIES 

Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

Lacking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

BEDROOMS 

None 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 or more 

YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT 

1975 to March 1980 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1950 to 1959 

1940 to 1949 

1939 or eorlier 

UNITS IN STRUCTURE 

1, detached or attached 

2 or more 

Mobile home or trailer 

HEATING EQUIPMENT 

Central heating system 

Other means 

None 

PRICE ASKED 

Specified vacant for sale only housing units 

Less than $10,000 

$10,000 to $19,999 

$20,000 to $29,999 

$30,000 to $39,999 

$40,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 to $59,999 

$60,000 to $79,999 

$80,000 to $99,999 

$100,000 or more 

Median 





Less than 2 


2 up to 6 


6 or more 


Total 


months 


months 


months 


806 


248 


255 


303 


106 


29 


30 


47 


193 


67 


73 


53 


155 


42 


17 


96 


142 


39 


57 


46 


69 


22 


20 


27 


141 


49 


58 


34 


5.2 


5.2 


5.6 


5.0 


737 


248 


243 


246 


69 


~ 


12 


57 


4 




4 




202 


54 


48 


100 


218 


73 


90 


55 


273 


86 


60 


127 


75 


29 


42 


4 


34 


6 


11 


17 


44 


28 


16 




5 


5 


- 


- 


38 


13 


25 


- 


61 


28 


17 


16 


129 


19 


50 


60 


529 


155 


147 


227 


4)3 


141 


158 


114 


393 


107 


97 


189 


698 


230 


242 


226 


95 


18 


13 


64 


13 


- 


— 


13 


407 


141 


152 


114 


12 


2 


- 


10 


103 


8 


52 


43 


62 


31 


18 


13 


59 


12 


25 


22 


72 


29 


21 


22 


14 


3 


11 


- 


25 


13 


8 


4 


25 


19 


6 


- 


35 


24 


11 


- 


$34 100 


$47 400 


$32 000 


$21 300 



Vacant for rent housing units 

ROOMS 

1 room 

2 rooms 

3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 or more rooms 

Median 

PLUMBING FACILITIES 

Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

Lacking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

BEDROOMS 

None 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 or more 

YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT 

1975 to March 1980 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1950 to 1959 

1940 to 1949 

1939 or eorlier 

UNITS IN STRUCTURE 

1, detached or attached 

2 

3 ond 4 

5 to 9 

to 49 

50 or more 

Mobile home or trailer 

RENT ASKED 

Specified vacant for rent housing units 

Less than $100 

$100 to $149 

$150 to $199 --. 

$200 to $249 

$250 to $299 

$300 to $399 

$400 or more 

Median 





Less than 2 


2 up to 6 


6 or more 


Total 


months 


months 


months 


8 302 


3 899 


2 611 


1 792 


398 


248 


135 


15 


982 


391 


331 


260 


2 982 


1 477 


919 


586 


2 463 


1 073 


757 


633 


945 


497 


273 


175 


277 


97 


94 


86 


255 


116 


102 


37 


3.4 


3.4 


3.4 


3.6 


8 053 


3 750 


2 551 


1 752 


249 


149 


60 


40 


489 


270 


187 


32 


4 412 


2 023 


1 438 


951 


2 801 


1 387 


737 


677 


492 


207 


191 


94 


87 


6 


52 


29 


21 


6 


6 


9 


754 


544 


105 


105 


646 


381 


219 


46 


1 271 


752 


402 


117 


1 086 


620 


227 


239 


1 223 


402 


544 


277 


3 322 


1 200 


1 114 


1 008 


579 


181 


192 


206 


940 


358 


347 


235 


1 455 


568 


548 


339 


1 714 


609 


592 


513 


3 038 


1 840 


776 


422 


576 


343 


156 


77 


8 302 


3 899 


2 611 


1 792 


1 980 


615 


647 


718 


1 912 


723 


727 


462 


1 752 


954 


532 


266 


1 436 


1 012 


304 


120 


585 


322 


175 


88 


505 


240 


176 


89 


132 


33 


50 


49 


$156 


$182 


$145 


$113 



Table B — 13. Price Asked and Rent Asked for Year-Round Vacant Housing Units: 1980 



[Data are estimates based on o sample, see Introduction. For meaning of symbols, see Introduction. For definitions of terms, see appendixes A and B] 



Cincinnati city 



Total 

PLUMBING FACILITIES 

Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

Locking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

BEDROOMS 

None 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 or more 

YEAR STRUaURE BUILT 

1975 to March 1980 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1950 to 1959 

1940 to 1949 

1939 or earlier 

UNITS IN STRUQURE 

1, detached or attached 

2 or more 

Mobile home or trailer 





Price asked 


-Specified vacant for sale only housing units 






Rent asked 


— Specified vacant for rent housing 


units 








$10,000 


$30,000 


$50,000 






















Less than 


to 


to 


to 


$100,000 


Median 




Less than 


$100 to 


$200 to 


$300 to 


$400 or 


Median 


Total 


$10,000 


$29,999 


$49,999 


$99,999 


or more 


(dollars) 


Total 


$100 


$199 


$299 


$399 


more 


(dollars) 


407 


12 


165 


131 


64 


35 


34 100 


8 302 


1 980 


3 664 


2 021 


505 


132 


156 


393 


12 


160 


122 


64 


35 


33 800 


8 053 


1 800 


3 603 


2 013 


505 


132 


158 


14 


- 


5 


9 


- 


— 


36 100 


249 


180 


61 


8 






84 
















489 


177 


281 


26 


5 




124 


24 


3 


21 


_ 


_ 


_ 


18 500 


4 412 


1 311 


2 063 


905 


117 


16 


145 


121 


4 


71 


34 


12 


_ 


25 400 


2 801 


392 


1 047 


986 


301 


75 


195 


175 


5 


52 


69 


25 


7/ 


36 300 


492 


62 


221 


94 


82 


33 


171 


70 


_ 


19 


28 


23 


- 


47 500 


87 


38 


31 


10 


- 


8 


115 


17 


— 


2 


— 


4 


11 


200000 + 


21 


" 


21 








171 


22 








7 


15 


111 100 


754 


8 


31 


441 


250 


24 


271 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


646 


35 


148 


368 


90 


5 


217 


27 


_ 


_ 


16 


11 


_ 


48 600 


) 271 


71 


498 


601 


45 


56 


204 


43 


_ 


6 


22 


12 


3 


48 500 


1 086 


176 


660 


237 


13 


- 


159 


102 


3 


48 


33 


7 


11 


28 800 


1 223 


476 


620 


94 


29 


4 


114 


213 


9 


111 


60 


27 


6 


26 400 


3 322 


1 214 


1 707 


280 


78 


43 


121 


407 


12 


165 


131 


64 


35 


34 100 


579 


143 


322 


53 


55 


6 


126 
















7 723 


1 837 


3 342 


J 968 


450 


126 


158 
















- 


- 


- 


— 


- 


~ 


_ 



121-46 CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 



METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



Table B — 14. Value of Owner-Occupied Housing Units With a White Householder: 1980 



[Data ore estimates bosed on a sample, see Introduction For meoning of symbols, see Introduction. For definitions of terms, see appendixes A ond B] 



Cincinnati city 



Specified owner-occupied housing units 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER 

Married-couple families 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 yeors 

65 yeors and over 

Male householder, no wife present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Female householder, no husband present 

15 to 24 yeors 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 yeors 

45 to 64 yeors 

65 years and over 

Median age 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

1979 to Morch 1980 

1975 to 1978 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1959 or earlier 

ROOMS 

1 to 3 rooms 

4 rooms. 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 rooms 

8 or more rooms 

Median 

BEDROOMS 

None 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 or more 

YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT 

1975 to March 1980 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1950 to 1959 

1940 to 1949 

1939 or earlier 

HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1979 

Less than $5,000 

$5,000 to $9,999 

$10,000 to $12,499 

$12,500 to $14,999 

$15,000 to $19,999 

$20,000 to $24,999 

$25,000 to $34.999 

$35,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 or more 

Median 

Mean 

MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED MONTHLY 
OWNER COSTS AS PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD 
INCOME IN 1979 

With a mortgage 

Less than 15 percent 

15 to 19 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Medion 

Not mortgaged 

Less than 10 percent 

10 to 14 percent 

15 to 19 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Medion 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1.01 or more persons per room 

Lacking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1.01 or more persons per room 

Heating equipment 

Central heating system 

Air conditioning 

Central system 

Income in 1979 below poverty level 

Percent below poverty level 







$10,000 


$20,000 


$30,000 


$40,000 


$50,000 


$60,000 


$80,000 


$100,000 










Less than 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


$150,000 


Medion 


Meon 


Total 


$10,000 


$19,999 


$29,999 


$39,999 


$49,999 


$59,999 


$79,999 


$99,999 


$149,999 


or more 


(dollars) 


(dollars! 


37 492 


628 


2 748 


5 557 


7 270 


7 512 


5 100 


4 612 


1 669 


1 475 


921 


43 300 


50 500 


26 017 


314 


1 518 


3 198 


4 919 


5 388 


3 776 


3 613 


1 322 


1 171 


798 


45 400 


53 800 


542 


10 


20 


85 


121 


143 


84 


52 


16 


11 


- 


41 900 


44 300 


5 588 


14 


169 


525 


989 


1 463 


1 056 


946 


223 


143 


60 


47 600 


51 800 


4 504 


36 


237 


427 


736 


763 


649 


827 


350 


289 


190 


50 700 


60 500 


10 106 


172 


630 


1 231 


1 953 


2 045 


1 257 


1 246 


540 


576 


456 


45 000 


56 400 


5 277 


82 


462 


930 


1 120 


974 


730 


542 


193 


152 


92 


40 400 


46 200 


3 167 


102 


358 


640 


592 


541 


359 


285 


144 


114 


32 


37 400 


44 200 


141 


- 


23 


18 


77 


7 


11 


5 


- 


- 


- 


33 000 


34 100 


787 


- 


31 


131 


183 


154 


109 


116 


39 


18 


6 


43 000 


47 800 


356 


10 


19 


9 


48 


70 


65 


34 


53 


37 


11 


52 600 


65 200 


806 


47 


139 


171 


92 


141 


81 


65 


30 


28 


12 


33 500 


42 100 


1 077 


45 


146 


311 


192 


169 


93 


65 


22 


31 


3 


31 600 


37 500 


8 308 


212 


872 


1 719 


1 759 


1 583 


965 


714 


203 


190 


91 


37 500 


42 400 


45 


4 


6 


16 


12 


- 


7 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


28 300 


30 600 


648 


4 


38 


92 


120 


132 


148 


67 


19 


12 


16 


44 900 


49 300 


668 


12 


49 


130 


142 


123 


93 


56 


12 


35 


16 


40 100 


48 800 


2 851 


64 


275 


582 


613 


501 


370 


257 


113 


62 


14 


38 200 


42 700 


4 096 


128 


504 


899 


872 


827 


347 


334 


59 


81 


45 


34 900 


40 200 


54.0 


62.7 


61.2 


59.6 


55.5 


52.8 


48.9 


48.0 


47.7 


50.3 


51.2 






3 358 


60 


105 


409 


645 


633 


537 


503 


202 


140 


124 


47 200 


56 900 


7 468 


46 


329 


714 


1 398 


1 675 


1 211 


1 166 


388 


340 


201 


47 400 


54 900 


5 468 


70 


395 


735 


1 026 


937 


842 


746 


262 


295 


160 


45 900 


54 000 


8 960 


113 


649 


1 370 


1 620 


1 743 


1 204 


1 150 


476 


349 


286 


44 100 


52 000 


12 238 


339 


1 270 


2 329 


2 581 


2 524 


1 306 


1 047 


341 


351 


150 


38 300 


43 300 


267 


53 


64 


68 


30 


39 


7 


6 








22 600 


24 800 


2 243 


121 


528 


658 


608 


196 


78 


33 


8 


6 


7 


27 100 


28 500 


8 993 


198 


884 


2 295 


2 650 


1 949 


736 


205 


38 


38 


- 


33 900 


34 800 


11 850 


164 


880 


1 747 


2 581 


3 207 


1 698 


1 186 


245 


107 


35 


41 700 


43 000 


7 073 


41 


267 


420 


981 


1 401 


1 625 


1 541 


497 


211 


89 


52 300 


55 900 


7 066 


51 


125 


369 


420 


720 


956 


1 641 


881 


1 113 


790 


71 500 


85 400 


6.1 


5.2 


5.4 


5.4 


5.6 


6.0 


6.5 


7.1 


7.6 


8.4 


8.5 + 






21 


5 




7 




9 












29 500 


29 600 


1 373 


99 


305 


399 


241 


161 


72 


61 


7 


21 


7 


26 400 


31 400 


11 119 


254 


1 281 


2 630 


3 038 


2 216 


998 


429 


122 


111 


40 


34 200 


36 700 


16 569 


195 


894 


1 977 


3 125 


3 825 


2 662 


2 603 


740 


384 


164 


45 500 


49 300 


6 358 


61 


223 


449 


771 


1 117 


1 180 


1 148 


559 


588 


262 


54 100 


64 600 


2 052 


14 


45 


95 


95 


184 


188 


371 


241 


371 


448 


82 100 


103 700 


298 






9 


14 


29 


31 


80 


44 


52 


39 


77 600 


96 700 


521 


- 


- 


12 


40 


41 


137 


166 


53 


37 


35 


62 200 


73 900 


2 668 


2 


16 


64 


289 


650 


521 


659 


194 


91 


182 


54 900 


67 900 


5 757 


16 


140 


502 


1 102 


1 632 


964 


894 


240 


178 


89 


46 800 


52 500 


5 539 


13 


244 


822 


1 430 


1 286 


807 


610 


124 


109 


94 


41 800 


47 000 


22 709 


597 


2 348 


4 148 


4 395 


3 874 


2 640 


2 203 


1 014 


1 008 


482 


39 700 


47 600 


2 501 


158 


514 


625 


449 


326 


247 


108 


34 


15 


25 


29 200 


34 000 


3 959 


111 


529 


1 079 


881 


712 


270 


287 


48 


33 


9 


32 600 


36 000 


2 285 


111 


258 


465 


644 


478 


193 


116 


- 


20 


- 


35 300 


35 800 


2 352 


54 


239 


418 


608 


497 


288 


182 


43 


23 


_ 


37 500 


39 600 


6 065 


87 


442 


1 122 


1 443 


1 446 


777 


535 


96 


70 


47 


39 500 


42 300 


5 608 


33 


360 


765 


1 230 


1 221 


987 


701 


188 


100 


23 


43 400 


46 100 


7 682 


59 


305 


722 


1 286 


1 928 


1 408 


1 223 


404 


298 


49 


47 600 


51 700 


4 359 


4 


73 


294 


561 


709 


726 


1 001 


505 


364 


122 


57 000 


65 000 


2 681 


11 


28 


67 


168 


195 


204 


459 


351 


552 


646 


91 000 


109 900 


$21 300 


$11 014 


$13 264 


$15 850 


$18 691 


$21 169 


$23 682 


$27 659 


$35 432 


$40 144 


$62 229 






$25 249 


$13 099 


$15 037 


$16 963 


$20 209 


$22 473 


$25 440 


$30 223 


$39 141 


$52 624 


$81 434 






21 370 


186 


1 136 


2 559 


4 081 


4 398 


3 212 


3 047 


1 190 


954 


607 


46 300 


54 200 


7 722 


58 


335 


1 001 


1 444 


1 520 


1 049 


1 216 


486 


369 


244 


46 800 


55 500 


4 778 


5 


224 


511 


963 


1 070 


758 


700 


220 


213 


114 


46 600 


53 700 


3 290 


40 


182 


409 


740 


653 


538 


359 


158 


123 


88 


44 200 


51 500 


2 099 


24 


109 


205 


287 


508 


392 


316 


133 


95 


30 


48 400 


53 800 


1 058 


18 


72 


121 


182 


200 


168 


143 


61 


59 


34 


46 400 


56 700 


2 334 


35 


194 


307 


459 


425 


307 


308 


126 


95 


78 


44 600 


52 900 


89 


6 


20 


5 


6 


22 


- 


5 


6 


- 


19 


45 200 


72 100 


18.1 


23.4 


20.0 


17.7 


18.1 


18.1 


18 7 


17.2 


17.4 


17.5 


17,2 






16 122 


442 


1 612 


2 998 


3 189 


3 114 


1 888 


1 565 


479 


521 


314 


39 400 


45 600 


7 609 


164 


559 


1 111 


1 487 


1 579 


990 


849 


296 


337 


237 


42 800 


51 100 


3 271 


89 


317 


587 


629 


662 


418 


329 


109 


81 


50 


40 200 


45 000 


1 802 


59 


214 


452 


420 


304 


149 


155 


- 


42 


7 


33 900 


38 000 


979 


28 


99 


254 


215 


155 


122 


67 


15 


24 


- 


34 300 


38 600 


742 


12 


133 


202 


135 


171 


34 


32 


13 


10 


- 


31 600 


35 400 


434 


52 


52 


85 


74 


83 


30 


41 


6 


4 


7 


32 900 


38 000 


1 186 


38 


238 


274 


211 


147 


132 


88 


28 


17 


13 


31 800 


38 100 


99 


- 


- 


33 


18 


13 


13 


4 


12 


6 


- 


39 400 


48 600 


10.6 


13.2 


13.9 


13.2 


10.8 


10- 


10- 


10- 


10- 


10- 


10- 






37 461 


608 


2 748 


5 546 


7 270 


7 512 


5 100 


4 612 


1 669 


1 475 


921 


43 300 


50 500 


809 


40 


192 


170 


250 


95 


40 


9 


7 


6 


- 


30 100 


30 400 


31 


20 


_ 


11 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


10000- 


13 700 


10 


10 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


10000- 


7 500 


37 492 


628 


2 748 


5 557 


7 270 


7 512 


5 100 


4 612 


1 669 


1 475 


921 


43 300 


50 500 


36 733 


479 


2 504 


5 431 


7 177 


7 484 


5 061 


4 551 


1 659 


1 469 


918 


43 600 


51 000 


25 057 


250 


1 047 


2 712 


4 466 


5 354 


3 970 


3 721 


1 464 


1 277 


796 


47 500 


56 200 


10 851 


20 


159 


559 


1 551 


2 196 


2 095 


2 160 


835 


758 


518 


53 700 


65 500 


1 780 


147 


371 


398 


296 


250 


168 


73 


28 


15 


34 


29 400 


35 700 


4.7 


23.4 


13.5 


7.2 


4.1 


3.3 


33 


1.6 


1.7 


1.0 


3.7 







METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 121-47 



Table b — 15. Gross Rent of Renter-Occupied Housing Units With a White Householder: 1980 



Cincinnati city 

Specified renter-occupied housing units 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER 

Married-couple families 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Male householder, no wife present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Female householder, no husband present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 yeors 

35 to 44 yeors 

45 to 64 yeors 

65 yeors and over 

Median age 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

1979 to March 1980 

1975 to 1978 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1959 or earlier 

ROOMS 

1 room 

2 rooms 

3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 or more rooms 

Median 

PLUMBING FACILITIES BY PERSONS PER ROOM 
AND POVERTY STATUS IN 1979 

All income levels in 1979 

Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

0.50 or less 

0.51 to 1.00 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

Lacking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

0.50 or less 

0.51 to 1.00 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

Income in 1979 below poverty level 

Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1.01 or more persons per room 

Lacking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1.01 or more persons per room 

BEDROOMS 

None 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 or more 

UNITS IN STRUCTURE 

1, detached or attached 

2 

3 and 4 

5 to 9 

10 to 49 

50 or more 

Mobile home or trailer, etc. 

YEAR STRUQURE BUILT 

1975 to Morch 1980 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1950 to 1959 

1940 to 1949 

1939 or earlier 

STORIES IN STRUCTURE 

1 to 3 

4 or more 

With elevator 

GROSS RENT AS PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD 
INCOME IN 1979 

Less than 15 percent 

15 to 19 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 to 49 percent 

50 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

Heating equipment 

Central heating system 

Air conditioning 

Central system 



[Dota ore estimates based on a 


sample, see Introduction. For meaning of 


>ymbols, see lr 


traduction. For definitions of terms, see appendixes A and B] 






Less than 


$100 to 


$150 to 


$200 to 


$250 to 


$300 to 


$350 to 


$400 to 


$500 or 


No casl 


Median 


Total 


$100 


$149 


$199 


$249 


$299 


$349 


$399 


$499 


more 


ren 


(dollars) 


61 264 


4 244 


8 318 


15 852 


14 694 


8 253 


3 934 


1 768 


1 614 


1 287 


1 30C 


205 


16 559 


440 


1 624 


3 381 


4 528 


2 854 


1 306 


735 


655 


568 


46( 


227 


3 759 


78 


318 


1 013 


1 295 


704 


219 


51 


31 


5 


4: 


215 


5 330 


28 


489 


900 


1 600 


1 072 


540 


315 


190 


71 


12: 


237 


1 523 


71 


103 


244 


334 


295 


149 


123 


121 


33 


5C 


247 


3 056 


154 


394 


574 


714 


477 


210 


122 


147 


128 


13< 


222 


2 891 


109 


320 


650 


585 


306 


188 


124 


166 


331 


115 


226 


16 385 


1 399 


2 204 


4 246 


3 739 


2 187 


1 244 


411 


356 


239 


36C 


202 


4 308 


99 


388 


1 253 


1 215 


657 


339 


126 


105 


73 


5: 


213 


5 524 


134 


550 


1 499 


1 396 


932 


582 


156 


123 


61 


9 


219 


1 675 


109 


170 


353 


456 


261 


147 


44 


67 


26 


4; 


216 


2 864 


540 


631 


653 


459 


217 


123 


57 


42 


32 


IK 


172 


2 014 


517 


465 


488 


213 


120 


53 


28 


19 


47 


U 


149 


28 320 


2 405 


4 490 


8 225 


6 427 


3 212 


1 384 


622 


603 


480 


475 


192 


4 793 


110 


508 


1 515 


1 426 


694 


230 


135 


77 


55 


4: 


208 


6 517 


184 


589 


1 746 


2 048 


1 012 


518 


155 


137 


71 


57 


216 


2 039 


109 


241 


571 


577 


244 


132 


56 


64 


22 


2: 


208 


5 575 


599 


1 185 


1 652 


1 049 


522 


195 


112 


96 


59 


10( 


179 


9 396 


1 403 


1 967 


2 741 


1 327 


740 


309 


164 


229 


273 


24: 


172 


35.7 


63.8 


53.9 


35.0 


30.1 


30.0 


30.6 


34.1 


39.7 


65.4 


53.1 


... 


25 078 


1 117 


2 446 


6 428 


6 642 


4 051 


1 968 


944 


770 


460 


25; 


217 


20 344 


1 422 


2 799 


5 159 


5 201 


2 764 


1 302 


511 


492 


371 


32: 


206 


7 429 


819 


1 381 


1 877 


1 479 


721 


355 


176 


226 


173 


22; 


188 


6 083 


648 


1 162 


1 726 


1 044 


592 


209 


122 


113 


277 


19C 


179 


2 330 


238 


530 


662 


328 


125 


100 


15 


13 


6 


313 


170 


2 531 


608 


949 


605 


166 


20 


20 


5 


67 


25 


bt 


133 


7 124 


1 420 


2 073 


1 997 


1 100 


344 


53 


42 


4 


29 


6; 


151 


20 786 


1 613 


3 341 


8 240 


4 997 


1 612 


473 


168 


78 


36 


22c 


183 


16 955 


376 


1 362 


3 625 


5 468 


3 436 


1 317 


433 


384 


233 


32 


227 


9 313 


174 


465 


1 095 


2 398 


2 064 


1 446 


536 


473 


424 


23S 


259 


2 882 


45 


106 


229 


440 


587 


407 


372 


252 


280 


ItV 


297 


1 673 


8 


22 


61 


125 


190 


218 


212 


356 


260 


22 


374 


3.5 


2.6 


2.8 


3.1 


3.7 


4.1 


4.6 


4.9 


5.1 


5.3 


A.i 


... 


61 264 


4 244 


8 318 


15 852 


14 694 


8 253 


3 934 


1 768 


1 614 


1 287 


1 30{ 


205 


59 670 


3 882 


7 957 


15 500 


14 443 


8 122 


3 883 


1 743 


1 607 


1 280 


1 25: 


206 


41 573 


2 801 


4 911 


10 784 


9 840 


5 891 


2 959 


1 184 


1 166 


1 110 


92; 


209 


16 176 


954 


2 511 


4 124 


4 216 


2 097 


889 


497 


416 


170 


30; 


204 


1 341 


56 


331 


419 


312 


110 


35 


52 


14 


- 


1; 


179 


580 


71 


204 


173 


75 


24 


_ 


10 


11 


_ 


1; 


154 


1 594 


362 


361 


352 


251 


131 


51 


25 


7 


7 


4" 


158 


755 


110 


144 


199 


130 


102 


36 


6 


7 


7 


u 


185 


752 


245 


184 


126 


113 


22 


15 


19 


- 


- 


21 


122 


69 


- 


33 


23 


8 


- 


— 


- 


- 


- 


1 


149 


18 


7 


- 


4 


- 


7 


- 


- 


- 


- 




165 


11 743 


2 162 


2 599 


2 945 


2 053 


856 


328 


236 


177 


Ill 


27< 


167 


11 304 


2 001 


2 464 


2 875 


2 031 


842 


321 


222 


177 


111 


261 


169 


876 


82 


300 


272 


164 


40 


_ 


8 


10 


- 




156 


439 


161 


135 


70 


22 


14 


7 


14 


- 


- 


U 


> 113 


30 


- 


14 


8 


8 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




173 


3 448 


722 


1 272 


897 


293 


73 


20 


8 


67 


25 


7 


138 


32 511 


3 019 


5 618 


11 825 


7 561 


2 580 


813 


349 


219 


112 


41. 


182 


20 597 


331 


1 170 


2 758 


6 208 


4 863 


2 480 


813 


774 


699 


50 


247 


3 694 


153 


249 


300 


494 


637 


528 


493 


394 


282 


15< 


295 


745 


19 


9 


58 


112 


96 


80 


55 


142 


70 


10' 


317 


269 


- 


- 


14 


26 


4 


13 


45 


18 


99 


51 


) 442 


4 100 


113 


217 


466 


632 


610 


424 


445 


407 


254 


53: 


! 277 


8 967 


473 


1 735 


2 152 


1 899 


1 103 


668 


296 


202 


102 


33" 


' 199 


13 007 


708 


2 306 


4 771 


3 049 


1 033 


451 


228 


177 


129 


15. 


i 185 


8 697 


1 136 


1 696 


2 541 


1 521 


695 


457 


234 


272 


81 


eV 


l 180 


19 026 


787 


1 656 


5 051 


6 117 


3 492 


1 192 


266 


184 


128 


15: 


215 


7 420 


1 010 


708 


864 


1 453 


1 320 


742 


299 


372 


593 


5< 


235 


47 


17 


- 


7 


23 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 




169 


2 866 


297 


160 


269 


640 


697 


384 


144 


156 


101 


li 


1 254 


6 073 


360 


235 


915 


2 006 


1 331 


542 


173 


344 


145 


2 


! 237 


14 463 


398 


709 


3 429 


4 545 


2 697 


1 051 


443 


430 


626 


13 


i 226 


7 870 


214 


846 


2 884 


2 265 


833 


435 


162 


77 


63 


9 


199 


7 879 


462 


1 189 


2 918 


1 681 


790 


358 


143 


156 


52 


13( 


) 189 


22 113 


2 513 


5 179 


5 437 


3 557 


1 905 


1 164 


703 


451 


300 


90< 


1 175 


49 488 


2 874 


6 838 


14 190 


12 264 


6 173 


2 818 


i 403 


1 174 


582 


1 17 


! 201 


11 776 


1 370 


1 480 


1 662 


2 430 


2 080 


1 116 


365 


440 


705 


12 


224 


6 529 


792 


609 


621 


958 


1 253 


832 


317 


418 


671 


5 


261 


13 551 


1 071 


2 223 


3 525 


3 373 


1 658 


761 


270 


306 


364 




199 


10 839 


723 


999 


2 813 


2 900 


1 777 


762 


380 


278 


207 




215 


8 835 


704 


964 


2 350 


2 107 


1 430 


720 


172 


221 


167 




209 


6 013 


539 


691 


1 392 


1 638 


912 


388 


216 


107 


130 




211 


3 979 


275 


637 


980 


871 


501 


331 


145 


154 


85 




205 


6 873 


458 


1 199 


1 957 


1 470 


805 


440 


170 


247 


127 




195 


9 246 


419 


1 496 


2 652 


2 181 


1 139 


496 


392 


283 


188 




201 


1 928 


55 


109 


183 


154 


31 


36 


23 


18 


19 


1 30 


) 193 


23.0 


22.1 


24.6 


23.2 


22.4 


22.4 


23.0 


26.2 


24.8 


21.9 






61 129 


4 228 


8 269 


15 817 


14 675 


8 253 


3 934 


1 756 


1 614 


1 287 


1 29 


> 205 


56 663 


3 237 


6 758 


14 839 


14 146 


8 073 


3 839 


1 691 


1 570 


1 284 


1 22 


S 209 


39 222 


1 181 


3 177 


9 543 


10 967 


6 674 


3 170 


1 275 


1 308 


1 183 


74- 


I 223 


10 315 


246 


281 


911 


1 804 


2 642 


1 605 


787 


845 


1 000 


19 


1 284 



121-48 CINCINNATI, OHiO-KY.-IND. SMSA 



METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



Table B — 16. Income and Poverty Status in 1979 of Owner-Occupied Housing Units With a White Householder: 
1980 



Cincinnati city 



Owner-occupied housing units 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER 

Married-couple families 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 yeors 

65 years and over 

Male householder, no wife present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 yeors 

65 years and over 

Female householder, no husband present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 yeors 

35 to 44 yeors 

45 to 64 years 

65 years ond over 

Median age 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

1979 to Morch 1980 

1975 to 1978 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1959 or earlier 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1.01 or more persons per room 

Lacking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1.01 or more persons per room 

Heating equipment 

Central heating system 

Air conditioning 

Central system 

Vehicles available 

1 

2 or more 

House heating fuel 

Utility gas 

Bottled, tonk. or LP gas 

Electricity 

Fuel oil. kerosene, etc. 

Other 

Median rooms 

Specified owner-occupied housing units 

MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELEC1 ED MONTHLY 
OWNER COSTS 

With a mortgage 

Less than $200 

$200 to $249 

$250 to $299 

$300 to $349 

$350 to $399 

$400 to $499 

$500 to $599 

$600 to $749 

$750 or more 

Median 

Not mortgaged 

Less than $50 

$50 to $74 

$75 to $99 

$100 to $124 

$125 to $149 

$150 to $199 

$200 to $249 

$250 or more 

Median 

MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED MONTHLY 
OWNER COSTS AS PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD 
INCOME IN 1979 

Wrrh a mortgage 

Less than 15 percent 

15 to 19 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 

Not mortgaged 

Less than 10 percent 

10 to 14 percent 

15 to 19 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 



[Data are estimates based on 


3 sample, see 


Introduction 


For meaning 


of symbols, 


see Introduction. For definitions of terms, see appendixes A ond B] 






Household income in 1979 




























Income in 








$10,000 


$12,500 


$15,000 


$20,000 


$25,000 


$35,000 








1979 below 




Less than 


$5,000 to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


$50,000 or 


Medion 


Meon 


poverty 


Total 


$5,000 


$9,999 


$12,499 


$14,999 


$19,999 


$24,999 


$34,999 


$49,999 


more 


(dollars) 


(dollars) 


level 


46 899 


3 402 


5 596 


3 109 


3 026 


7 480 


6 749 


9 234 


5 090 


3 213 


20 570 


24 613 


2 481 


30 741 


652 


2 139 


1 596 


1 695 


5 080 


5 135 


7 519 


4 245 


2 680 


24 045 


28 726 


813 


692 


14 


53 


70 


52 


199 


101 


159 


36 


8 


18 950 


20 285 


16 


6 513 


43 


116 


180 


327 


1 460 


1 562 


1 929 


666 


230 


23 577 


26 133 


81 


5 171 


100 


126 


75 


128 


869 


1 081 


1 555 


726 


511 


26 173 


30 612 


174 


11 941 


204 


490 


448 


460 


1 498 


1 765 


3 091 


2 395 


1 590 


28 145 


33 972 


299 


6 424 


291 


1 354 


823 


728 


1 054 


626 


785 


422 


341 


15 067 


20 995 


243 


4 811 


488 


749 


412 


311 


821 


658 


750 


380 


242 


17 941 


20 799 


325 


266 


40 


46 


35 


13 


40 


35 


31 


20 


6 


14 808 


16 899 


31 


1 350 


45 


97 


127 


137 


285 


200 


281 


126 


52 


19 784 


22 232 


65 


615 


33 


22 


4 


28 


118 


156 


100 


99 


55 


22 694 


28 401 


43 


1 206 


90 


118 


133 


51 


222 


176 


204 


101 


111 


19 714 


24 857 


84 


1 374 


280 


466 


113 


82 


156 


91 


134 


34 


18 


9 361 


13 183 


102 


11 347 


2 262 


2 708 


1 101 


1 020 


1 579 


956 


965 


465 


291 


11 597 


15 086 


1 343 


73 


12 


4 


12 


12 


11 


7 


4 


11 


- 


14 271 


16 886 


12 


873 


63 


158 


92 


120 


162 


86 


136 


44 


12 


15 094 


18 053 


98 


841 


76 


71 


95 


113 


246 


71 


72 


58 


39 


16 331 


19 354 


82 


3 850 


416 


744 


407 


395 


645 


518 


443 


186 


96 


14 766 


17 336 


372 


5 710 


1 695 


1 731 


495 


380 


515 


274 


310 


166 


144 


8 081 


12 464 


779 


54.2 


71.3 


68.9 


63.4 


60.0 


49.0 


45.7 


46.9 


50.1 


52.3 






62.9 


4 464 


146 


246 


326 


236 


768 


958 


995 


508 


281 


22 782 


26 301 


127 


9 657 


360 


538 


500 


628 


1 980 


1 667 


2 359 


983 


642 


22 313 


25 804 


398 


6 805 


411 


585 


354 


338 


1 121 


1 201 


1 510 


765 


520 


22 393 


27 0)2 


430 


10 891 


701 


1 225 


652 


632 


1 615 


1 430 


2 286 


1 463 


887 


21 899 


26 919 


550 


15 082 


1 784 


3 002 


1 277 


1 192 


1 996 


1 493 


2 084 


1 371 


883 


15 680 


20 602 


976 


46 543 


3 356 


5 490 


3 082 


3 009 


7 426 


6 698 


9 197 


5 085 


3 200 


20 623 


24 679 


2 450 


986 


63 


66 


55 


38 


165 


132 


245 


167 


55 


23 523 


25 795 


141 


356 


46 


106 


27 


17 


54 


51 


37 


5 


13 


12 407 


15 892 


31 


10 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


18 750 


18 410 


- 


46 899 


3 402 


5 596 


3 109 


3 026 


7 480 


6 749 


9 234 


5 090 


3 213 


20 570 


24 613 


2 481 


45 668 


3 114 


5 255 


2 992 


2 986 


7 344 


6 618 


9 121 


5 033 


3 205 


20 795 


24 917 


2 231 


31 046 


1 493 


2 987 


1 799 


1 734 


4 846 


4 676 


6 803 


3 997 


2 711 


22 708 


27 494 


1 049 


12 902 


400 


1 028 


719 


616 


1 627 


1 977 


2 874 


2 020 


1 641 


25 272 


31 969 


332 


41 884 


1 681 


3 715 


2 640 


2 723 


7 070 


6 627 


9 163 


5 074 


3 191 


22 161 


26 541 


1 549 


17 748 


1 317 


2 998 


1 970 


1 814 


3 564 


2 646 


2 230 


804 


405 


16 081 


18 131 


1 069 


24 136 


364 


717 


670 


909 


3 506 


3 981 


6 933 


4 270 


2 786 


27 380 


32 725 


480 


46 899 


3 402 


5 596 


3 109 


3 026 


7 480 


6 749 


9 234 


5 090 


3 213 


20 570 


24 613 


2 481 


45 093 


3 222 


5 415 


3 006 


2 931 


7 210 


6 540 


8 903 


4 877 


2 989 


20 539 


24 460 


2 320 


107 


11 


31 


- 


6 


32 


12 


- 


11 


4 


15 917 


18 754 


12 


919 


72 


30 


56 


27 


155 


122 


176 


101 


180 


24 875 


34 643 


66 


602 


61 


75 


39 


37 


77 


36 


141 


96 


40 


20 909 


24 866 


44 


178 


36 


45 


8 


25 


6 


39 


14 


5 


- 


12 500 


14 168 


39 


5.9 


5.1 


5.2 


5.3 


5.5 


5.8 


6.0 


6.3 


6.8 


7.8 






5.4 


37 492 


2 501 


3 959 


2 285 


2 352 


6 065 


5 608 


7 682 


4 359 


2 681 


21 300 


25 249 


1 780 


21 370 


616 


1 143 


900 


1 125 


3 870 


3 901 


5 334 


2 907 


1 574 


23 800 


27 428 


787 


1 595 


157 


250 


138 


155 


319 


204 


234 


106 


32 


16 338 


18 289 


162 


3 007 


126 


317 


190 


229 


654 


490 


666 


288 


47 


19 842 


21 549 


152 


3 871 


113 


176 


168 


230 


879 


817 


967 


393 


128 


21 870 


23 658 


136 


3 607 


57 


142 


177 


210 


787 


693 


998 


438 


105 


22 896 


24 554 


106 


2 616 


57 


94 


69 


115 


550 


580 


627 


383 


141 


23 330 


26 286 


88 


3 083 


40 


80 


115 


130 


460 


539 


1 023 


464 


232 


25 823 


29 284 


53 


1 483 


34 


41 


30 


50 


130 


332 


348 


323 


195 


27 168 


33 089 


41 


1 126 


14 


28 


13 


6 


65 


157 


356 


257 


230 


30 246 


42 022 


22 


982 


18 


15 


- 


_ 


26 


89 


115 


255 


464 


34 575 


57 634 


27 


$331 


$261 


$251 


$286 


$289 


$305 


$332 


$340 


$380 


$552 






$279 


16 122 


1 885 


2 816 


1 385 


1 227 


2 195 


1 707 


2 348 


1 452 


1 107 


16 635 


22 360 


993 


52 


33 


_ 


6 


_ 


13 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


4 470 


7 860 


14 


440 


185 


139 


44 


8 


22 


17 


25 


- 


- 


5 941 


8 280 


79 


2 024 


436 


534 


221 


201 


289 


118 


139 


44 


42 


10 475 


13 222 


182 


3 824 


498 


754 


406 


361 


512 


438 


534 


250 


71 


14 259 


17 082 


224 


3 620 


319 


670 


324 


307 


616 


425 


538 


282 


139 


16 518 


19 850 


206 


3 923 


334 


569 


291 


222 


516 


461 


752 


524 


254 


20 293 


23 861 


209 


1 339 


41 


119 


70 


99 


151 


203 


217 


237 


202 


24 598 


32 545 


46 


900 


39 


31 


23 


29 


76 


45 


143 


115 


399 


40 162 


61 459 


33 


$137 


$114 


$124 


$126 


$129 


$136 


$141 


$147 


$164 


$212 






$125 


21 370 


616 


1 143 


900 


1 125 


3 870 


3 901 


5 334 


2 907 


1 574 


23 800 


27 428 


787 


7 722 


- 


10 


17 


18 


503 


996 


2 825 


2 099 


1 254 


32 590 


38 998 


- 


4 778 


- 


20 


46 


253 


1 033 


1 381 


1 460 


406 


179 


23 588 


26 062 


- 


3 290 


- 


64 


185 


246 


1 138 


763 


605 


197 


92 


20 067 


22 456 


23 


2 099 


- 


HI 


202 


266 


666 


400 


291 


152 


11 


18 360 


20 292 


40 


1 058 


- 


199 


107 


162 


260 


176 


92 


39 


23 


16 282 


18 116 


37 


2 334 


527 


739 


343 


180 


270 


185 


61 


14 


15 


9 301 


10 705 


598 


89 


89 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


2500- 


-1 o95 


89 


18.1 


50 + 


41 7 


30.0 


25.9 


21.8 


185 


14.6 


12.1 


10- 






50 + 


16 122 


1 885 


2 816 


1 385 


1 227 


2 195 


1 707 


2 348 


1 452 


1 107 


16 635 


22 360 


993 


7 609 


8 


40 


163 


313 


1 214 


1 261 


2 135 


1 385 


1 090 


28 131 


35 634 


- 


3 271 


42 


409 


686 


670 


789 


408 


183 


67 


17 


14 360 


15 804 


9 


1 802 


80 


959 


372 


180 


153 


32 


26 


- 


- 


9 459 


10 354 


5 


979 


127 


675 


101 


41 


25 


6 


4 


_ 


- 


7 391 


7 958 


66 


742 


318 


371 


47 


6 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


5 494 


5 946 


59 


434 


205 


202 


9 


11 


7 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


5 182 


5 708 


51 


1 186 


1 006 


160 


7 


6 


7 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


3 457 


3 652 


704 


99 


99 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


2500- 


-157 


99 


10.6 


37.5 


20.0 


139 


12.2 


10- 


10- 


10- 


10- 


10- 






50+ 



METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 121-49 



Table B— 17. Income and Poverty Status in 1979 of Renter-Occupied Housing Units With a White Householder: 



1980 



Cincinnati city 



Renter-occupied housing units 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER 

Married-couple families 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Male householder, no wife present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Female householder, no husband present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 yeors 

65 yeors and over 

Median age 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

1979 to March 1980 

1975 to 1978 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1959 or earlier 

PLUMBING FACILITIES BY PERSONS PER ROOM 

Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

0.50 or less 

0.51 to 1.00 

IX, to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

Lacking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

0.50 or less 

0.51 to 1.00 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

Heating equipment 

Central heating system 

Air conditioning 

Central system 

Vehicles available 

1 

2 or more 

House heating fuel 

Utility gas 

Bottled, tank, or LP gas 

Electricity 

Fuel oil, kerosene, etc. 

Other 

Median rooms 

Specified renter-occupied housing units 

CONTRACT RENT 

Less than $100 

$100 to $149 

$150 to $199 

$200 to $249 

$250 to $299 

$300 to $349 

$350 to $399 

$400 to $499 

$500 or more 

No cash rent 

Median 

GROSS RENT 

Less than $100 

$100 to $149 

$150 to $199 

$200 to $249 

$250 to $299 

$300 to $349 

$350 to $399 

$400 to $499 

$500 or more 

No cosh rent 

Medion 

GROSS RENT AS PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD 
INCOME IN 1979 

Less than 15 percent 

15 to 19 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 to 49 percent 

50 percent or more 

Not computed 

Medion . 



[Data ore estimates based on 


o sample, see 


Introduction. 


For meaning 


of symbols. 


see Introduction. For definitions of terms, see appendixes A and B] 






Household income in 1979 


Income in 
































$10,000 


$12,500 


$15,000 


$20,000 


$25,000 


$35,000 








1979 below 




Less than 


$5,000 to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


$50,000 or 


Median 


Mean 


poverty 


Total 


$5,000 


$9,999 


$12,499 


$14,999 


$19,999 


$24,999 


$34,999 


$49,999 


more 


(dollars) 


(dollars) 


level 


61 632 


13 758 


14 143 


7 686 


5 570 


8 854 


4 992 


4 203 


1 500 


926 


10 948 


13 345 


11 776 


16 738 


1 399 


2 781 


1 974 


1 849 


3 206 


2 265 


2 052 


812 


400 


15 535 


18 382 


1 333 


3 771 


413 


634 


548 


545 


889 


463 


249 


25 


5 


13 833 


14 222 


508 


5 365 


340 


686 


590 


591 


1 207 


918 


816 


188 


29 


16 820 


17 491 


564 


1 571 


136 


235 


182 


182 


238 


239 


242 


102 


15 


15 928 


17 925 


237 


3 124 


275 


359 


345 


253 


525 


343 


528 


295 


201 


18 214 


24 722 


324 


2 907 


235 


867 


309 


278 


347 


302 


217 


202 


150 


12 882 


18 858 


200 


16 457 


3 262 


3 543 


1 988 


1 477 


2 615 


1 556 


1 236 


450 


330 


11 790 


14 093 


2 673 


4 308 


884 


1 144 


692 


454 


507 


331 


198 


65 


33 


10 455 


11 881 


1 069 


5 568 


569 


975 


735 


614 


1 291 


668 


469 


186 


61 


14 556 


15 536 


491 


1 683 


268 


223 


117 


175 


347 


229 


208 


58 


58 


15 746 


17 410 


219 


2 880 


738 


598 


246 


178 


327 


273 


308 


108 


104 


11 057 


14 827 


586 


2 018 


803 


603 


198 


56 


143 


55 


53 


33 


74 


6 317 


11 016 


308 


28 437 


9 097 


7 819 


3 724 


2 244 


3 033 


1 171 


915 


238 


196 


8 131 


9 948 


7 270 


4 813 


1 472 


1 550 


646 


286 


520 


173 


126 


20 


20 


8 064 


9 218 


1 582 


6 533 


1 151 


1 525 


1 360 


839 


1 037 


333 


231 


35 


22 


11 085 


11 554 


1 257 


2 044 


475 


523 


369 


164 


322 


107 


67 


17 


- 


10 163 


10 769 


560 


5 600 


1 595 


1 447 


719 


528 


679 


275 


262 


49 


46 


9 029 


10 659 


1 501 


9 447 


4 404 


2 774 


630 


427 


475 


283 


229 


117 


108 


5 462 


8 610 


2 370 


35.8 


56.2 


40.6 


31.2 


31.4 


31.0 


32.2 


35.2 


47.8 


58.4 






38.4 


25 190 


5 500 


6 215 


3 428 


2 241 


3 590 


2 031 


1 548 


435 


202 


10 642 


12 332 


5 734 


20 444 


4 068 


4 106 


2 523 


2 130 


3 432 


1 816 


1 544 


536 


289 


12 029 


14 000 


3 386 


7 504 


1 834 


1 861 


818 


579 


924 


557 


503 


250 


178 


10 174 


13 592 


1 174 


6 110 


1 663 


1 444 


609 


510 


613 


413 


428 


254 


176 


9 756 


15 110 


1 036 


2 384 


693 


517 


308 


110 


295 


175 


180 


25 


81 


9 747 


13 146 


446 


60 033 


13 218 


13 702 


7 565 


5 472 


8 612 


4 887 


4 171 


1 485 


921 


11 023 


13 439 


11 332 


41 817 


9 540 


9 670 


5 365 


3 579 


5 753 


3 183 


2 917 


1 055 


755 


10 791 


13 349 


6 730 


16 270 


3 144 


3 577 


1 902 


1 761 


2 570 


1 592 


1 177 


392 


155 


11 859 


13 939 


3 720 


1 362 


359 


301 


235 


104 


213 


73 


49 


22 


6 


10 223 


11 112 


589 


584 


175 


154 


63 


28 


76 


39 


28 


16 


5 


8 484 


11 284 


293 


1 599 


540 


441 


121 


98 


242 


105 


32 


15 


5 


7 870 


9 849 


444 


760 


199 


242 


62 


65 


121 


42 


14 


15 


- 


8 895 


10 492 


147 


752 


311 


194 


52 


33 


90 


53 


14 


- 


5 


6 310 


8 953 


267 


69 


30 


5 


- 


- 


20 


10 


4 


- 


- 


9 750 


11 017 


30 


18 


— 


— 


7 


— 


11 


— 


~ 


~ 


~ 


15 714 


15 599 


~ 


61 497 


13 705 


14 101 


7 679 


5 570 


8 838 


4 987 


4 191 


1 500 


926 


10 958 


13 353 


11 715 


57 007 


11 521 


13 015 


7 273 


5 419 


8 469 


4 806 


4 111. 


1 488 


905 


11 364 


13 790 


9 574 


39 470 


6 104 


8 164 


5 165 


4 046 


6 641 


3 854 


3 364 


1 307 


825 


12 687 


15 378 


4 754 


10 417 


1 245 


1 602 


1 034 


1 009 


1 833 


1 147 


1 369 


660 


518 


15 749 


19 575 


995 


44 542 


5 076 


8 914 


6 392 


4 916 


8 198 


4 788 


3 987 


1 425 


846 


13 461 


15 848 


5 230 


31 240 


4 479 


7 508 


5 230 


3 618 


5 452 


2 397 


1 640 


558 


358 


11 737 


13 532 


4 085 


13 302 


597 


1 406 


1 162 


1 298 


2 746 


2 391 


2 347 


867 


488 


18 959 


21 286 


1 145 


61 497 


13 705 


14 101 


7 679 


5 570 


8 838 


4 987 


4 191 


1 500 


926 


10 958 


13 353 


11 715 


51 342 


11 733 


11 801 


6 309 


4 704 


7 258 


4 183 


3 384 


1 224 


746 


10 847 


13 251 


10 000 


507 


117 


113 


56 


51 


100 


48 


7 


15 


- 


11 049 


11 871 


104 


7 793 


1 487 


1 716 


1 059 


644 


1 264 


581 


684 


222 


136 


11 637 


14 013 


1 236 


804 


173 


160 


90 


83 


68 


95 


59 


32 


44 


11 917 


16 930 


166 


1 051 


195 


311 


165 


88 


148 


80 


57 


7 


- 


10 295 


11 464 


209 


3.5 


3.0 


3.3 


3.5 


3.7 


3.8 


4.1 


4.3 


4.8 


4.9 






3.2 


61 264 


13 735 


14 070 


7 642 


5 533 


8 807 


4 937 


4 194 


1 450 


896 


10 925 


13 294 


11 743 


7 818 


4 409 


1 714 


636 


255 


413 


212 


159 


8 


12 


4 593 


6 774 


3 504 


11 242 


3 477 


3 513 


1 378 


839 


1 124 


502 


293 


71 


45 


7 730 


9 454 


2 858 


18 774 


3 404 


5 204 


2 905 


2 071 


2 733 


1 386 


777 


189 


105 


10 670 


12 201 


2 864 


11 882 


1 366 


2 206 


1 647 


1 424 


2 482 


1 255 


1 105 


298 


99 


13 768 


14 984 


1 349 


5 546 


408 


726 


640 


545 


1 291 


844 


838 


179 


75 


16 540 


17 911 


499 


2 000 


143 


208 


151 


185 


358 


349 


361 


146 


99 


19 022 


21 619 


188 


1 043 


81 


83 


67 


65 


150 


129 


288 


136 


44 


23 033 


23 910 


105 


725 


21 


72 


30 


34 


76 


47 


164 


172 


109 


28 750 


31 383 


41 


934 


63 


61 


21 


17 


67 


92 


139 


207 


267 


35 452 


43 233 


59 


1 300 


363 


283 


167 


98 


113 


121 


70 


44 


41 


10 060 


13 430 


276 


$177 


$132 


$162 


$177 


$189 


$201 


$211 


$238 


$284 


$346 






$138 


4 244 


2 868 


890 


193 


95 


128 


39 


23 


8 




4 042 


5 151 


2 162 


8 318 


3 374 


2 515 


839 


429 


618 


292 


185 


24 


42 


6 318 


8 289 


2 599 


15 852 


3 583 


4 781 


2 553 


1 534 


1 949 


857 


417 


117 


61 


9 495 


10 938 


2 945 


14 694 


2 090 


3 223 


2 182 


1 801 


2 616 


1 428 


1 002 


262 


90 


12 330 


13 584 


2 053 


8 253 


793 


1 356 


977 


942 


1 886 


1 088 


943 


187 


81 


15 144 


16 253 


856 


3 934 


293 


498 


449 


334 


900 


575 


649 


156 


80 


17 082 


18 567 


328 


1 768 


170 


274 


127 


129 


292 


187 


376 


145 


68 


17 266 


20 275 


236 


1 614 


102 


180 


134 


146 


202 


210 


289 


226 


125 


20 986 


24 174 


177 


1 287 


99 


70 


21 


25 


103 


140 


240 


281 


308 


31 596 


39 729 


111 


1 300 


363 


283 


167 


98 


113 


121 


70 


44 


41 


10 060 


13 430 


276 


$205 


$157 


$186 


$203 


$216 


$232 


$243 


$273 


$334 


$404 






$167 


13 551 


113 


567 


731 


911 


3 054 


3 039 


3 164 


1 133 


839 


21 973 


25 560 


179 


10 839 


399 


1 047 


1 686 


2 060 


3 448 


1 276 


678 


236 


9 


15 278 


15 944 


358 


8 835 


610 


2 258 


2 343 


1 563 


1 517 


322 


191 


31 


- 


11 653 


12 073 


487 


6 013 


668 


2 602 


1 639 


532 


397 


92 


77 


6 


- 


9 567 


9 780 


583 


3 979 


723 


2 198 


600 


216 


191 


46 


5 


- 


- 


7 850 


8 282 


510 


6 873 


2 405 


3 763 


432 


136 


87 


41 


9 


- 


- 


5 956 


6 324 


1 754 


9 246 


7 833 


1 352 


44 


17 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


3 140 


3 194 


6 975 


1 928 


984 


283 


167 


98 


113 


121 


70 


44 


48 


4 785 


12 356 


897 


23.0 


50 + 


31.0 


22.8 


19.4 


16 9 


13.6 


12.3 


10.8 


10- 






50+ 



121-50 CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 



METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



Table B — 18. Selected Monthly Owner Costs for Mortgaged Housing Units With a White Householder: 1980 



Cincinnati city 



Specified owner-occupied housing units 

PERSONS IN UNIT 

1 person 

2 persons 

3 persons 

4 persons — 

5 persons 

6 persons 

7 persons 

8 or more persons 

Medion 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER 

Married-couple families 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 yeors 

35 to 44 yeors 

45 to 64 yeors 

65 years and over 

Male householder, no wife present 

15 to 24 yeors 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 yeors 

45 to 64 yeors 

65 yeors and over 

Female householder, no husband present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 yeors 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Median age 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

1979 to March 1980 

1975 to 1978 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1959 or earlier 

ROOMS 

1 to 3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 rooms 

8 or more rooms 

Median 

YEAR STRUaURE BUILT 

1975 to March 1980 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1950 to 1959 

1940 to 1949 

1939 or earlier 

VALUE 

Less than $10,000 

$10,000 to $19,999 

$20,000 to $2°,999 

$30,000 to $39,999 

$40,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 to $59.999 

$60,000 to $79,999 

$80,000 to $99.999 

$100,000 to $149,999 

$150,000 or more 

Median 

SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS 
PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1979 

Less thon 15 percent 

15 to 19 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

Heating equipment 

Steam or hot water system 

Centrol worm-air furnace or electric heat pump 

Other built-in electric units 

Floor, wall, or pipeless furnace 

Other means 

Air conditioning 

Centrol system 

1 or more individual room units 

House heating fuel 

Utility gas 

Bottled, tank, or LP gos 

Electricity 

Fuel oil. kerosene, etc. 

Other 



(Doto are estimotes based on o 


somple. see Introduction For meaning of symbols, see Introduct 


on For definitions of terms, see oppendixes A ond BJ 






Less than 


$200 to 


$250 to 


$300 to 


$350 to 


$400 to 


$500 to 


$600 to 




Median 


Total 


$200 


$249 


$299 


$349 


$399 


$499 


$599 


$749 


$750 or more 


(dollars) 


21 370 


1 595 


3 007 


3 871 


3 607 


2 616 


3 083 


1 483 


1 126 


982 


331 


1 816 


269 


325 


339 


243 


183 


226 


120 


65 


46 


296 


6 174 


653 


965 


1 Oil 


847 


612 


929 


507 


356 


294 


327 


4 242 


218 


590 


748 


848 


570 


642 


284 


203 


139 


333 


4 474 


217 


553 


838 


861 


550 


704 


262 


283 


206 


337 


2 456 


103 


275 


439 


450 


469 


328 


158 


97 


137 


346 


1 303 


75 


176 


286 


227 


139 


148 


90 


77 


85 


325 


596 


48 


51 


158 


86 


56 


80 


41 


19 


57 


324 


309 


12 


72 


52 


45 


37 


26 


21 


26 


18 


321 


3.14 


2.31 


2.86 


3.28 


3.34 


3.40 


3.10 


2.90 


3 20 


356 




17 008 


1 003 


2 351 


3 041 


2 958 


2 123 


2 572 


1 218 


922 


820 


336 


518 


12 


33 


63 


119 


69 


94 


75 


27 


26 


373 


5 404 


124 


359 


704 


1 044 


893 


1 229 


558 


335 


158 


376 


4 186 


165 


447 


788 


765 


523 


628 


271 


260 


339 


345 


6 029 


469 


1 217 


1 347 


943 


597 


587 


296 


289 


284 


299 


871 


233 


295 


139 


87 


41 


34 


18 


11 


13 


234 


1 641 


170 


242 


249 


279 


157 


214 


120 


117 


93 


329 


93 


20 


- 


21 


32 


10 


5 


5 


_ 


_ 


309 


743 


42 


89 


114 


113 


67 


141 


80 


55 


42 


360 


312 


15 


47 


39 


40 


41 


32 


12 


47 


39 


368 


363 


52 


66 


62 


69 


33 


31 


23 


15 


12 


301 


130 


41 


40 


13 


25 


6 


5 


- 


- 


- 


230 


2 721 


422 


414 


581 


370 


336 


297 


145 


87 


69 


295 


41 


- 


- 


17 


19 


- 


- 


- 


5 


- 


309 


579 


- 


76 


104 


64 


109 


129 


43 


37 


17 


371 


575 


69 


82 


93 


99 


70 


71 


35 


28 


28 


322 


1 150 


183 


178 


291 


158 


157 


86 


62 


17 


18 


287 


376 


170 


78 


76 


30 


- 


11 


5 


- 


6 


212 


41.1 


56.1 


49.4 


44.9 


39.0 


37.3 


34.6 


34.7 


37.6 


40.0 




3 064 


95 


96 


226 


280 


336 


737 


522 


401 


371 


468 


6 749 


174 


484 


870 


1 404 


1 178 


1 352 


597 


374 


316 


369 


4 421 


230 


679 


1 044 


914 


517 


545 


136 


183 


173 


314 


5 321 


718 


1 293 


1 336 


754 


471 


339 


189 


133 


88 


274 


1 815 


378 


455 


395 


255 


114 


110 


39 


35 


34 


259 


107 


34 


29 




6 


15 


16 


7 






234 


826 


258 


239 


139 


71 


49 


40 


22 


8 


_ 


232 


4 193 


510 


993 


948 


731 


421 


388 


154 


42 


6 


281 


6 818 


493 


1 094 


1 484 


1 402 


820 


864 


392 


181 


88 


312 


4 425 


173 


396 


785 


715 


719 


884 


318 


282 


153 


360 


5 001 


127 


256 


515 


682 


592 


891 


590 


613 


735 


433 


6.3 


5.5 


5.7 


6.1 


6.2 


6.5 


6.8 


7.0 


7.7 


8.5 + 




278 






22 


22 


23 


65 


33 


63 


50 


521 


424 


- 


19 


44 


65 


63 


128 


40 


21 


44 


413 


1 827 


64 


203 


420 


291 


243 


303 


141 


127 


35 


339 


2 880 


166 


374 


546 


558 


321 


452 


256 


123 


84 


332 


3 275 


187 


549 


653 


573 


489 


480 


162 


97 


85 


322 


12 686 


1 178 


1 862 


2 186 


2 098 


1 477 


1 655 


851 


695 


684 


327 


186 


93 


57 


25 


3 




8 








200 


1 136 


291 


311 


258 


136 


95 


37 


6 


- 


- 


245 


2 559 


485 


685 


681 


386 


210 


99 


13 


- 


- 


258 


4 081 


351 


792 


1 027 


924 


452 


409 


102 


18 


6 


294 


4 398 


252 


692 


839 


974 


615 


725 


203 


89 


9 


321 


3 212 


74 


298 


615 


527 


551 


612 


347 


151 


37 


358 


3 047 


49 


138 


345 


489 


476 


711 


399 


352 


88 


403 


1 190 


- 


19 


61 


95 


148 


281 


220 


209 


157 


497 


954 


- 


15 


12 


73 


64 


162 


135 


203 


290 


612 


607 


- 


- 


8 


- 


5 


39 


56 


104 


395 


750 + 


$46 300 


$28 600 


$35 400 


$39 400 


$43 900 


$49 000 


$53 800 


$62 600 


$77 600 


$133 400 




7 722 


930 


1 672 


1 803 


1 307 


706 


608 


322 


171 


203 


285 


4 778 


213 


589 


1 016 


942 


652 


815 


252 


179 


120 


330 


3 290 


139 


223 


498 


622 


558 


652 


224 


223 


151 


365 


2 099 


62 


129 


212 


315 


360 


350 


285 


226 


160 


396 


1 058 


47 


112 


83 


116 


115 


223 


147 


105 


110 


429 


2 334 


197 


271 


253 


286 


210 


428 


242 


222 


225 


388 


89 


7 


11 


6 


19 


15 


7 


11 


- 


13 


355 


18.1 


13.5 


14.1 


15.6 


17,6 


196 


20.9 


23.6 


24.8 


25 3 




21 370 


1 595 


3 007 


3 871 


3 607 


2 616 


3 083 


1 483 


1 126 


982 


331 


2 912 


122 


191 


344 


433 


294 


520 


286 


278 


444 


415 


17 977 


1 375 


2 750 


3 423 


3 125 


2 260 


2 495 


1 175 


842 


532 


323 


35 


- 


- 


6 


8 


7 


14 


- 


_ 


- 


375 


144 


26 


38 


40 


15 


5 


6 


14 


- 


- 


260 


302 


72 


28 


58 


26 


50 


48 


8 


6 


6 


294 


15 006 


900 


1 916 


2 600 


2 407 


1 882 


2 346 


1 158 


971 


826 


343 


6 241 


178 


447 


948 


1 073 


852 


1 146 


595 


532 


470 


378 


8 765 


722 


1 469 


1 652 


1 334 


1 030 


1 200 


563 


439 


356 


320 


21 370 


1 595 


3 007 


3 871 


3 607 


2 616 


3 083 


1 483 


1 126 


982 


331 


20 660 


1 565 


2 952 


3 778 


3 537 


2 514 


2 926 


1 431 


1 059 


898 


329 


28 


5 


7 


4 


_ 


_ 


5 


7 


- 


- 


275 


392 


6 


18 


23 


26 


74 


92 


32 


67 


54 


465 


218 


5 


23 


60 


33 


22 


40 


5 


- 


30 


332 


72 


14 


7 


6 


11 


6 


20 


8 


- 


- 


341 



METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 121-51 



Table b — 19. Selected Monthly Owner Costs for Not Mortgaged Housing Units With a White Householder: 1980 



Cincinnati city 

Specified owner-occupied housing units 

PERSONS IN UNIT 

1 person 

2 persons 

3 persons 

4 persons 

5 persons 

6 persons 

7 persons 

8 or more persons 

Median 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER 

Married-couple families 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years ond over 

Mole householder, no wife present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years ond over 

Female householder, no husband present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Median age 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

1979 to March 1980 

1975 to 1978 

'970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1959 or eorlier 

ROOMS 

1 to 3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 rooms 

8 or more rooms 

Median 

YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT 

1975 to March 1980 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1950 to 1959 

1940 to 1949 

1939 or eorlier 

VALUE 

Less than $10,000 

$10,000 to $19,999 

$20,000 to $29,999 

$30,000 to $39,999 

$40,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 to $59,999 

$60,000 to $79,999 

$80,000 to $99,999 

$100,000 to $149,999 

$150,000 or more 

Median 

SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS 
PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1979 

Less than 10 percent 

10 to 14 percent 

15 to 19 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

Heating equipment 

Steam or hot water system 

Centrol warm-air furnace or electric heot pump 

Other built-in electric units 

Floor, wall, or pipeless furnace 

Other means 

Air conditioning 

Centrol system 

1 or more individual room units 

House heating fuel 

Utility gas 

Bottled, tank, or LP gos 

Electricity 

Fuel oil, kerosene, etc. 

Other 



[Data are estimotes based on a sort 


pie, see Introduct 


on. For meaning 


of symbols, see Introduction. For definitions of terms, see appendixes 


A and B] 




Total 


Less than $50 


$50 to $74 


$75 to $99 


$100 to $124 


$125 to $149 


$150 to $199 


$200 to $249 


$250 or more 


Median (dollars) 


16 122 


52 


440 


2 024 


3 824 


3 620 


3 923 


1 339 


900 


137 


4 533 


33 


271 


963 


1 176 


830 


889 


213 


158 


121 


7 466 


19 


127 


826 


1 909 


1 870 


1 645 


633 


437 


136 


2 270 


- 


36 


132 


424 


537 


783 


234 


124 


150 


1 019 


- 


6 


53 


214 


207 


328 


121 


90 


154 


418 


- 


- 


27 


36 


114 


134 


69 


38 


162 


242 


- 


- 


4 


24 


47 


55 


64 


48 


192 


137 


- 


- 


11 


35 


11 


75 


5 


- 


158 


37 


- 


- 


8 


6 


4 


14 


- 


5 


152 


1.97 


1.29 


1.31 


1.56 


1.89 


2.02 


2.15 


2.22 


2.17 




9 009 




109 


714 


2 149 


2 256 


2 303 


881 


597 


142 


24 


- 


- 


- 


4 


4 


11 


5 


- 


168 


184 


- 


- 


19 


69 


39 


21 


20 


16 


128 


318 


- 


— 


- 


50 


63 


110 


66 


29 


171 


4 077 


- 


26 


240 


895 


1 065 


1 156 


411 


284 


146 


4 406 


- 


83 


455 


1 131 


1 085 


1 005 


379 


268 


137 


1 526 


6 


63 


318 


343 


269 


362 


73 


92 


128 


48 


- 


- 


24 


6 


12 


6 


- 


_ 


100 


44 


- 


8 


13 


- 


6 


10 


7 


_ 


129 


44 


- 


- 


21 


- 


- 


9 


- 


14 


156 


443 


6 


18 


66 


130 


66 


109 


11 


37 


126 


947 


- 


37 


194 


207 


185 


228 


55 


41 


130 


5 587 


46 


268 


992 


1 332 


1 095 


1 258 


385 


211 


129 


4 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4 


- 


- 


175 


69 


- 


- 


5 


13 


18 


20 


13 


_ 


148 


93 


- 


- 


17 


37 


11 


10 


12 


6 


120 


1 701 


24 


49 


255 


362 


352 


429 


154 


76 


136 


3 720 


22 


219 


715 


920 


714 


795 


206 


129 


125 


66.9 


64.1 


75.9 


70.4 


67.4 


66.4 


65.5 


64.3 


64.5 




294 




8 


21 


72 


84 


55 


34 


20 


139 


719 


- 


10 


74 


175 


160 


164 


73 


63 


141 


1 047 


5 


51 


89 


222 


220 


258 


116 


86 


143 


3 639 


18 


84 


355 


770 


784 


1 024 


306 


298 


144 


10 423 


29 


287 


1 485 


2 585 


2 372 


2 422 


810 


433 


134 


160 


4 


33 


35 


6 


67 


6 




9 


126 


1 417 


21 


108 


373 


440 


221 


201 


29 


24 


112 


4 800 


14 


226 


806 


1 445 


1 295 


830 


145 


39 


123 


5 032 


- 


47 


565 


1 352 


1 282 


1 341 


325 


120 


136 


2 648 


- 


15 


163 


397 


509 


924 


450 


190 


163 


2 065 


13 


11 


82 


184 


246 


621 


390 


518 


190 


5.8 


4.6 


4.8 


5.2 


5.5 


5.7 


6.2 


6.9 


8.0 




20 










7 






13 


250 + 


97 


- 


- 


7 


12 


13 


30 


22 


13 


177 


841 


7 


5 


40 


141 


164 


258 


75 


151 


162 


2 877 


- 


32 


239 


615 


836 


729 


232 


194 


142 


2 264 


- 


77 


318 


566 


475 


561 


197 


70 


134 


10 023 


45 


326 


1 420 


2 490 


2 125 


2 345 


813 


459 


134 


442 


22 


68 


98 


142 


76 


20 


11 


5 


106 


1 612 


4 


89 


401 


518 


300 


233 


33 


34 


115 


2 998 


18 


149 


620 


859 


618 


565 


106 


63 


121 


3 189 


8 


89 


485 


998 


819 


604 


167 


19 


125 


3 114 


_ 


36 


301 


853 


931 


775 


198 


20 


135 


1 888 


- 


- 


69 


329 


521 


779 


154 


36 


152 


1 565 


- 


9 


43 


122 


314 


728 


238 


111 


170 


479 




- 


7 


- 


24 


119 


216 


113 


221 


521 




- 


- 


- 


11 


92 


185 


233 


243 


314 


- 


- 


_ 


3 


6 


8 


31 


266 


250 + 


$39 400 


$17 500 


$24 700 


$28 100 


$32 900 


$40 000 


$47 200 


$60 000 


$110 800 




7 609 


27 


149 


953 


1 896 


1 757 


1 811 


586 


430 


136 


3 271 


20 


90 


349 


776 


722 


781 


329 


204 


139 


1 802 


5 


110 


221 


385 


443 


384 


159 


95 


135 


979 


- 


42 


153 


214 


197 


267 


65 


41 


135 


742 


- 


28 


165 


180 


133 


166 


57 


13 


125 


434 


- 


- 


66 


108 


80 


121 


32 


27 


138 


1 186 


- 


21 


102 


249 


269 


356 


105 


84 


146 


99 


- 


- 


15 


16 


19 


37 


6 


6 


149 


10.6 


10- 


13.9 


10.7 


10.1 


10.3 


10.8 


11.2 


10.4 




16 122 


52 


440 


2 024 


3 824 


3 620 


3 923 


1 339 


900 


137 


1 944 


11 


17 


160 


389 


316 


535 


256 


260 


157 


13 611 


25 


377 


1 717 


3 331 


3 212 


3 293 


1 036 


620 


136 


17 


- 


- 


5 


_ 


6 


6 


- 


- 


140 


93 


- 


- 


19 


12 


20 


28 


14 


- 


144 


457 


16 


46 


123 


92 


66 


61 


33 


20 


112 


10 051 


_ 


147 


981 


2 199 


2 307 


2 642 


1 047 


728 


143 


4 610 


- 


23 


238 


729 


1 115 


1 385 


631 


489 


157 


5 441 


- 


124 


743 


1 470 


1 192 


1 257 


416 


239 


133 


16 122 


52 


440 


2 024 


3 824 


3 620 


3 923 


1 339 


900 


137 


15 671 


45 


421 


1 974 


3 765 


3 530 


3 785 


1 313 


838 


137 


45 


- 


_ 


6 


5 


17 


17 


- 


- 


142 


80 


7 


- 


12 


_ 


10 


22 


5 


24 


175 


267 


- 


13 


12 


41 


43 


99 


21 


38 


162 


59 


- 


6 


20 


13 


20 


- 


- 


- 


107 



121-52 CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 



METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



Table B— 20. Year Structure Built for Owner- and Renter-Occupied Housing Units With a White Householder: 1980 



Cincinnati city 



Occupied housing units 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER 

Married-couple families 

15 to 24 years 

25 lo 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Male householder, no wife present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 yeors ond over 

Female householder, no husband present 

15 to 24 yeors 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Median age 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

1979 to Morch 1980 

1975 to 1978.. 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1959 or earlier 

ROOMS 

1 room 

2 rooms 

3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 or more rooms 

Median 

PLUMBING FACILITIES BY PERSONS PER ROOM 

Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

0.50 or less 

0.51 to 1.00 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

lacking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

0.50 or less 

0.51 to 1.0C 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

PERSONS IN UNIT 

1 person 

2 persons 

3 persons 

4 persons 

5 persons 

6 or more persons 

Median 

Total persons 

UNITS IN STRUCTURE 

1, detoched or attoched 

2 

3 and 4 

5 to 9 

10 to 49 

50 or more 

Mobile home or trailer, etc. 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

Heating equipment 

Steam or hot water system 

Central warm-air furnace or electric heat pump 

Other built-in electric units 

Floor, wall, or pipeless furnace 

Other meons 

Air conditioning 

Central system 

1 or more individual room units 

House healing fuel 

Utility gas 

Bottled, tank, or LP gas 

Electricity . 

Fuel oil, kerosene, etc 

Other 

Income in 1979 below poverty level 

Percent below poverty level 

HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1979 

Less than $5,000 

$5,000 to $9.999 

$10,000 to $12.499 

$12,500 to $14.999 

$15,000 to $19.999 

$20,000 to $24.999 

$25,000 to $34,999 

$35,000 to $49.999 

$50,000 or more 

Median 

Mean 



[Dota are estimates bosed on a 


somple, see 1 


troduction. For 


meaning of symbols, see Introduction. For definitions of terms, see appenc 


xes A ond B] 






Owner-occupied housing units 


Renter-occupied housing units 




1975 to 


1970 to 


1960 to 


1940 to 


1939 or 




1975 to 


1970 to 


1960 to 


1940 to 


1939 or 


Totol 


March 1980 


1974 


1969 


1959 


eorlier 


Total 


March 1980 


1974 


1969 


1959 


earlier 


46 699 


539 


754 


3 274 


13 273 


29 059 


61 632 


2 866 


6 124 


14 536 


15 839 


22 267 


30 741 


361 


564 


2 494 


8 953 


18 369 


16 738 


780 


1 580 


3 796 


4 595 


5 987 


692 


7 


- 


36 


210 


439 


3 771 


258 


475 


944 


1 080 


1 014 


6 513 


89 


179 


397 


1 752 


4 096 


5 365 


269 


490 


1 152 


1 487 


1 967 


5 171 


90 


122 


397 


1 394 


3 168 


1 571 


41 


70 


219 


449 


792 


11 941 


156 


183 


1 265 


3 514 


6 823 


3 124 


92 


275 


675 


711 


1 371 


6 424 


19 


80 


399 


2 083 


3 843 


2 907 


120 


270 


806 


868 


843 


4 811 


69 


83 


191 


1 058 


3 410 


16 457 


799 


1 816 


3 848 


3 885 


6 109 


266 


6 


- 


26 


78 


156 


4 308 


267 


626 


I 179 


960 


1 276 


1 350 


41 


42 


16 


295 


956 


5 568 


347 


588 


1 374 


1 428 


1 831 


615 


4 


14 


25 


99 


473 


1 683 


71 


214 


395 


356 


647 


1 206 


12 


18 


97 


204 


875 


2 880 


61 


232 


618 


622 


1 347 


1 374 


6 


9 


27 


382 


950 


2 018 


53 


156 


282 


519 


1 008 


11 347 


109 


107 


589 


3 262 


7 280 


28 437 


1 287 


2 728 


6 892 


7 359 


10 171 


73 


6 


- 


6 


5 


56 


4 813 


237 


580 


1 424 


1 105 


1 467 


873 


16 


9 


69 


259 


520 


6 533 


300 


652 


1 693 


1 679 


2 209 


841 


6 


17 


72 


245 


501 


2 044 


97 


197 


479 


557 


714 


3 850 


41 


20 


232 


1 244 


2 313 


5 600 


164 


407 


1 158 


1 577 


2 294 


5 710 


40 


61 


210 


1 509 


3 890 


9 447 


489 


892 


2 138 


2 441 


3 487 


54.2 


45.4 


44.4 


51.9 


55.8 


54.4 


35.8 


31.0 


32.0 


33.2 


36.0 


41.1 


4 464 


214 


89 


300 


1 071 


2 790 


25 190 


2 054 


3 038 


5 988 


6 066 


8 044 


9 657 


325 


262 


679 


2 701 


5 690 


20 444 


812 


2 055 


4 977 


5 577 


7 023 


6 805 


- 


403 


570 


1 859 


3 973 


7 504 


- 


1 031 


1 884 


1 762 


2 827 


10 891 


- 


- 


1 725 


3 142 


6 024 


6 110 


- 


_ 


1 687 


1 716 


2 707 


15 082 


- 


- 


- 


4 500 


10 582 


2 384 


- 


- 


- 


718 


1 666 


45 




5 


6 


16 


18 


2 531 


72 


268 


498 


407 


1 286 


133 


- 


19 


9 


26 


79 


7 124 


333 


713 


1 627 


1 635 


2 816 


1 302 


15 


23 


71 


220 


973 


20 814 


1 097 


1 988 


5 065 


5 779 


6 885 


4 434 


46 


91 


186 


1 366 


2 745 


17 040 


834 


1 963 


4 498 


4 307 


5 438 


11 490 


117 


59 


663 


4 036 


6 615 


9 404 


410 


893 


2 189 


2 568 


3 344 


13 476 


128 


202 


909 


3 693 


8 544 


2 966 


105 


171 


428 


776 


1 486 


16 019 


233 


355 


1 430 


3 916 


10 085 


1 753 


15 


128 


231 


367 


1 012 


5.9 


6.2 


6.4 


63 


5.8 


6.0 


3.5 


3.4 


35 


35 


3.5 


3.5 


46 543 


539 


750 


3 269 


13 212 


28 773 


60 033 


2 810 


6 023 


14 330 


15 578 


21 292 


33 635 


453 


494 


2 226 


9 445 


21 017 


41 817 


2 138 


4 515 


10 713 


10 620 


13 831 


II 922 


86 


249 


1 000 


3 480 


7 107 


16 270 


646 


1 430 


3 412 


4 423 


6 359 


884 


- 


7 


43 


262 


572 


1 362 


21 


43 


143 


402 


753 


102 


- 


- 


- 


25 


77 


584 


5 


35 


62 


133 


349 


356 


- 


4 


5 


61 


286 


1 599 


56 


101 


206 


261 


975 


265 


- 


4 


5 


50 


206 


760 


36 


76 


145 


135 


368 


81 


- 


- 


- 


11 


70 


752 


20 


25 


57 


107 


543 


10 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10 


69 


- 


- 


4 


8 


57 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


18 


- 


- 


- 


11 


7 


9 482 


139 


125 


447 


2 609 


6 162 


32 625 


1 653 


3 331 


8 192 


8 175 


11 274 


17 006 


184 


290 


1 168 


5 137 


10 227 


17 388 


912 


2 050 


4 402 


4 408 


5 616 


7 716 


90 


81 


527 


2 149 


4 869 


6 269 


219 


453 


1 332 


1 722 


2 543 


6 403 


73 


129 


646 


1 686 


3 869 


3 035 


77 


222 


434 


840 


1 462 


3 314 


18 


62 


244 


944 


2 046 


1 388 


5 


45 


125 


390 


823 


2 978 


35 


67 


242 


748 


1 886 


927 


- 


23 


51 


304 


549 


2.32 


2.21 


237 


2.54 


2.28 


2.32 


1.44 


1.37 


1 42 


1.39 


1.47 


1.49 


130 310 


1 420 


2 259 


9 848 


35 693 


81 090 


109 849 


4 553 


9 936 


23 352 


29 110 


42 898 


39 381 


348 


584 


2 857 


11 805 


23 787 


4 468 


55 


190 


462 


1 191 


2 570 


5 266 


20 


40 


103 


994 


4 109 


8 967 


73 


75 


287 


2 493 


6 039 


1 400 


38 


40 


123 


329 


870 


13 007 


96 


267 


1 607 


5 460 


5 577 


275 


12 


9 


26 


52 


176 


8 697 


401 


573 


1 323 


2 645 


3 755 


391 


95 


44 


99 


54 


99 


19 026 


1 486 


3 621 


7 366 


3 293 


3 260 


120 


15 


22 


37 


33 


13 


7 420 


746 


1 391 


3 473 


757 


1 053 


66 


11 


15 


29 


6 


5 


47 


9 


7 


18 


- 


13 


46 899 


539 


754 


3 274 


13 273 


29 059 


61 497 


2 866 


6 124 


14 510 


15 791 


22 206 


6 926 


10 


22 


294 


1 509 


5 091 


28 176 


519 


2 784 


7 857 


8 573 


8 443 


38 337 


515 


674 


2 927 


11 501 


22 720 


24 164 


1 531 


2 399 


4 968 


5 817 


9 449 


101 


12 


20 


24 


13 


32 


3 712 


747 


807 


1 310 


412 


436 


304 


- 


- 


6 


72 


226 


955 


45 


85 


261 


214 


350 


1 231 


2 


38 


23 


178 


990 


4 490 


24 


49 


114 


775 


3 528 


31 046 


488 


698 


2 805 


9 728 


17 327 


39 470 


2 790 


5 738 


13 311 


9 253 


8 378 


12 902 


475 


643 


2 037 


5 312 


4 435 


10 417 


1 613 


2 175 


4 330 


1 386 


913 


18 144 


13 


55 


768 


4 416 


12 892 


29 053 


1 177 


3 563 


8 981 


7 867 


7 465 


46 899 


539 


754 


3 274 


13 273 


29 059 


61 497 


2 866 


6 124 


14 510 


15 791 


22 206 


45 093 


88 


503 


3 141 


13 007 


28 354 


51 342 


824 


4 308 


11 390 


14 255 


20 565 


107 


6 


11 


8 


18 


64 


507 


7 


53 


119 


207 


121 


919 


420 


222 


89 


72 


116 


7 793 


1 947 


1 527 


2 515 


990 


814 


602 


23 


4 


36 


169 


370 


804 


67 


92 


198 


161 


286 


178 


2 


14 


- 


7 


155 


1 051 


21 


144 


288 


178 


420 


2 481 


13 


58 


89 


593 


1 728 


11 776 


352 


787 


1 764 


2 992 


5 881 


5.3 


2.4 


7.7 


2.7 


4.5 


59 


19.1 


12.3 


12.9 


12 1 


18.9 


26.4 


3 402 


18 


61 


88 


859 


2 376 


13 758 


472 


983 


2 204 


3 496 


6 603 


5 596 


23 


32 


174 


1 557 


3 810 


14 143 


532 


1 215 


3 039 


4 152 


5 205 


3 109 


25 


71 


211 


801 


2 001 


7 686 


351 


777 


1 814 


2 130 


2 614 


3 026 


9 


10 


149 


878 


1 980 


5 570 


268 


496 


1 614 


1 443 


1 749 


7 480 


93 


64 


494 


2 203 


4 626 


8 854 


537 


1 161 


2 356 


2 185 


2 615 


6 749 


64 


117 


471 


2 043 


4 054 


4 992 


268 


683 


1 358 


1 139 


1 544 


9 234 


103 


198 


764 


2 699 


5 470 


4 203 


270 


472 


1 381 


825 


1 255 


5 090 


72 


82 


491 


1 499 


2 946 


1 500 


102 


206 


440 


326 


426 


3 213 


132 


119 


432 


734 


1 796 


926 


66 


131 


330 


143 


256 


$20 570 


$27 404 


$26 058 


$25 839 


$20 762 


$19 733 


$10 948 


$13 228 


$12 939 


$12 827 


$10 319 


$9 265 


$24 613 


$35 991 


$35 843 


$33 231 


$23 847 


$23 489 


$13 345 


$15 321 


$15 292 


$15 454 


$12 282 


$11 936 



METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMS A 121-53 



Table B— 21. Units in Structure for Owner- and Renter-Occupied Housing Units With a White Householder: 1980 



[Doto ore estimates based on a sample, see Introduction. For meaning of symbols, see Introduction. For definitions of terms, see appendixes A and B] 



Cincinnati city 



Occupied housing units 

Condominium housing units 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER 

Married-couple families 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Male householder, no wife present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Female householder, no husband present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Median age 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

1979 to March 1980 

1975 to 1978 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1959 or earlier 

ROOMS 

1 room 

2 rooms 

3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 or more rooms 

Median 

PLUMBING FACILITIES BY PERSONS PER ROOM 
Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

0.50 or less 

0.51 to 1.00 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

Lacking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

0.50 or less 

0.51 to 1.00 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

BEDROOMS 

None 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 or more 

HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1979 

Less thon $5.000 

$5,000 to $9,999 

$10,000 to $12.499 

$12,500 to $14.999 

$15,000 to $19,999 

$20,000 to $24.999 

$25,000 to $34.999 

$35,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 or more 

Median 

Meon 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

Heating equipment 

Steam or hot water system 

Central warm-air furnace or electric heat pump 

Other built-in electric units 

Floor, wall, or pipeless furnace 

Other means 

Air conditioning 

Centrol system 

Vehicles available 

1 

2 or more 

House heating fuel 

Utility gas 

Bottled, tank, or LP gas 

Electricity 

Fuel oil, kerosene, etc. 

Other 

Water heating fuel 

Utility gas 

Bottled, tank, or LP gas 

Electricity 

Fuel oil, kerosene, etc. 

Other 

Family householder 

With own children under 18 years 

With own children under 6 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

With own children under 18 years 

With own children under 6 years 

Nonfamily householder 

Income in 1979 below poverty level 

Percent below poverty level 



Owner-occupied housing units 


Renter-occupied housing units 




1 unit. 




Mobile 




1 unit, 












Mobile 




detached or 


2 or more 


home or 




detached or 




3 and 4 




10 to 49 


50 or more 


home or 


Total 


attached 


units 


trailer, etc. 


Total 


attached 


2 units 


units 


5 to 9 units 


units 


units 


trailer, etc. 


46 899 


39 381 


7 452 


66 


61 632 


4 468 


8 967 


13 007 


8 697 


19 026 


7 420 


47 


564 


111 


453 


- 


302 


42 


22 


27 


46 


86 


79 


- 


30 741 


27 239 


3 474 


28 


16 738 


2 334 


3 113 


3 479 


1 926 


4 421 


1 465 




692 


546 


146 


- 


3 771 


264 


676 


764 


452 


1 430 


185 


_ 


6 513 


5 795 


712 


6 


5 365 


755 


1 183 


1 073 


552 


1 464 


338 


_ 


5 171 


4 669 


497 


5 


1 571 


487 


338 


255 


150 


290 


51 


_ 


11 941 


10 702 


1 233 


6 


3 124 


538 


588 


603 


464 


679 


252 


_ 


6 424 


5 527 


886 


11 


2 907 


290 


328 


784 


308 


558 


639 


_ 


4 811 


3 396 


1 393 


22 


16 457 


792 


1 889 


2 986 


2 568 


6 013 


2 178 


31 


266 


157 


109 


- 


4 308 


243 


408 


823 


626 


1 692 


51! 


5 


1 350 


848 


496 


6 


5 568 


284 


798 


976 


837 


2 177 


490 


6 


615 


415 


196 


4 


1 683 


84 


223 


267 


252 


623 


221 


13 


1 206 


848 


352 


6 


2 880 


119 


269 


457 


470 


1 042 


516 


7 


1 374 


1 128 


240 


6 


2 018 


62 


191 


463 


383 


479 


440 


_ 


11 347 


8 746 


2 585 


16 


28 437 


1 342 


3 965 


6 542 


4 203 


8 592 


3 777 


16 


73 


54 


19 


- 


4 813 


156 


641 


812 


742 


2 008 


454 


_ 


873 


663 


205 


5 


6 533 


328 


980 


1 313 


926 


2 411 


575 


_ 


841 


714 


127 


- 


2 044 


150 


303 


436 


294 


720 


141 


_ 


3 850 


3 033 


811 


6 


5 600 


356 


806 


1 425 


1 029 


1 450 


534 


_ 


5 710 


4 282 


1 423 


5 


9 447 


352 


1 235 


2 556 


1 212 


2 003 


2 073 


16 


54.2 


54.0 


55.7 


47.9 


35.8 


37.6 


34.0 


42.2 


37.9 


31.2 


58.7 


44.5 


4 464 


3 517 


920 


27 


25 190 


1 706 


3 356 


4 583 


3 898 


8 763 


2 863 


21 


9 657 


7 817 


1 823 


17 


20 444 


1 460 


3 145 


4 340 


2 628 


6 671 


2 182 


18 


6 805 


5 782 


1 018 


5 


7 504 


540 


917 


1 651 


1 023 


2 035 


1 338 




10 891 


9 504 


1 370 


17 


6 110 


406 


1 003 


1 743 


804 


1 211 


943 


_ 


15 082 


12 761 


2 321 


- 


2 384 


356 


546 


690 


344 


346 


94 


8 


45 


27 


18 


_ 


2 531 


39 


28 


203 


433 


936 


892 




133 


22 


106 


5 


7 124 


47 


273 


1 155 


1 879 


2 720 


1 029 


21 


1 302 


263 


1 Oil 


28 


20 814 


324 


2 534 


5 497 


3 047 


6 904 


2 495 


13 


4 434 


2 370 


2 041 


23 


17 040 


710 


3 014 


3 976 


2 023 


5 480 


1 837 


_ 


11 490 


9 417 


2 068 


5 


9 404 


1 180 


2 030 


1 785 


1 017 


2 469 


918 


5 


13 476 


12 370 


1 106 


- 


2 966 


1 109 


753 


329 


230 


341 


204 




16 019 


14 912 


1 102 


5 


1 753 


1 059 


335 


62 


68 


176 


45 


8 


5.9 


6.1 


4.8 


3.5 


3.5 


5.4 


4.0 


3.4 


3.2 


3.3 


3.2 


2.7 


46 543 


39 344 


7 137 


62 


60 033 


4 463 


8 690 


12 655 


8 495 


18 467 


7 224 


39 


33 635 


28 373 


5 211 


51 


41 817 


2 661 


5 498 


8 938 


5 722 


13 414 


5 550 


34 


11 922 


10 139 


1 772 


11 


16 270 


1 576 


2 721 


3 225 


2 363 


4 747 


1 633 


5 


884 


738 


146 


- 


1 362 


168 


398 


412 


190 


168 


26 


- 


102 


94 


8 


- 


584 


58 


73 


80 


220 


138 


15 


_ 


356 


37 


315 


4 


1 599 


5 


277 


352 


202 


559 


196 


8 


265 


11 


250 


4 


760 


5 


148 


194 


108 


228 


69 


8 


81 


16 


65 


- 


752 


- 


98 


141 


67 


319 


127 


_ 


10 


10 


- 


- 


69 


- 


27 


17 


13 


12 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


18 


- 


4 


- 


14 


- 


- 


- 


72 


32 


40 


_ 


3 448 


47 


71 


366 


661 


1 263 


1 040 




3 660 


1 493 


2 144 


23 


32 562 


620 


4 138 


7 899 


5 403 


10 563 


3 911 


28 


15 232 


11 716 


3 478 


38 


20 753 


1 623 


3 756 


4 229 


2 189 


6 671 


2 274 


1! 


18 488 


17 321 


1 167 


- 


3 803 


1 443 


799 


450 


409 


507 


195 


- 


7 079 


6 663 


416 


- 


772 


489 


175 


63 


26 


11 


- 


8 


2 368 


2 156 


207 


5 


294 


246 


28 


- 


9 


11 


- 


- 


3 402 


2 667 


718 


17 


13 758 


630 


1 931 


3 366 


2 622 


3 292 


1 901 


16 


5 596 


4 187 


1 397 


12 


14 143 


839 


1 947 


3 347 


2 246 


4 230 


1 534 


- 


3 109 


2 413 


690 


6 


7 686 


535 


1 192 


1 620 


977 


2 717 


645 ' 


- 


3 026 


2 456 


570 


- 


5 570 


394 


890 


1 125 


565 


2 Oil 


580 


5 


7 480 


6 285 


1 179 


16 


8 854 


619 


1 324 


1 706 


1 036 


3 260 


895 


14 


6 749 


5 842 


903 


4 


4 992 


554 


825 


866 


534 


1 643 


563 


7 


9 234 


8 104 


1 119 


11 


4 203 


478 


621 


627 


444 


1 341 


687 


5 


5 090 


4 537 


553 


- 


1 500 


271 


165 


236 


163 


355 


310 


- 


3 213 


2 890 


323 


- 


926 


148 


72 


114 


110 


177 


305 


- 


$20 570 


$21 321 


$16 545 


$11 667 


$10 948 


$13 959 


$11 270 


$9 657 


$8 799 


$11 832 


$11 066 


$15 446 


$24 613 


$25 386 


$20 622 


$13 842 


$13 345 


$17 334 


$13 584 


$11 730 


$11 378 


$13 384 


$15 690 


$13 877 


46 899 


39 381 


7 452 


66 


61 497 


4 468 


8 961 


12 995 


8 655 


18 966 


7 413 


39 


6 926 


5 149 


1 777 


- 


28 176 


684 


1 498 


6 698 


4 264 


11 375 


3 632 


25 


38 337 


33 112 


5 197 


28 


24 164 


3 280 


6 344 


4 478 


2 492 


4 949 


2 621 


- 


101 


64 


33 


4 


3 712 


87 


65 


285 


385 


1 874 


1 002 


14 


304 


240 


64 


- 


955 


113 


232 


200 


124 


204 


82 


- 


1 231 


816 


381 


34 


4 490 


304 


822 


1 334 


1 390 


564 


76 


- 


31 046 


26 432 


4 569 


45 


39 470 


2 341 


3 647 


6 888 


4 429 


15 827 


6 299 


39 


12 902 


11 646 


1 245 


11 


10 417 


706 


742 


809 


1 125 


3 894 


3 132 


9 


41 884 


35 714 


6 109 


61 


44 542 


3 760 


6 620 


8 933 


5 489 


14 825 


4 889 


26 


17 748 


14 306 


3 413 


29 


31 240 


1 886 


4 233 


6 782 


4 075 


10 566 


3 685 


13 


24 136 


21 408 


2 696 


32 


13 302 


1 874 


2 387 


2 151 


1 414 


4 259 


1 204 


13 


46 899 


39 381 


7 452 


66 


61 497 


4 468 


8 961 


12 995 


8 655 


18 966 


7 413 


39 


45 093 


38 091 


6 997 


5 


51 342 


4 102 


8 469 


12 009 


7 398 


14 456 


4 883 


25 


107 


73 


22 


12 


507 


- 


55 


134 


102 


134 


82 


- 


919 


564 


334 


21 


7 793 


262 


338 


634 


948 


3 636 


1 961 


14 


602 


511 


63 


28 


804 


78 


52 


129 


60 


266 


219 


- 


178 


142 


36 


_ 


1 051 


26 


47 


89 


147 


474 


268 


- 


46 895 


39 381 


7 452 


62 


61 547 


4 463 


8 967 


13 007 


8 686 


18 983 


7 402 


39 


44 854 


37 846 


7 003 


5 


50 049 


4 122 


8 398 


11 874 


7 212 


13 734 


4 679 


30 


201 


144 


51 


6 


916 


65 


117 


172 


139 


312 


111 


- 


1 800 


1 368 


381 


51 


9 773 


276 


431 


912 


1 264 


4 650 


2 231 


9 


40 


23 


17 


- 


489 


- 


21 


39 


26 


177 


226 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


320 


- 


- 


10 


45 


110 


155 


- 


36 231 


31 780 


4 412 


39 


23 796 


3 039 


4 784 


5 065 


2 986 


6 096 


1 826 


- 


15 008 


13 524 


1 479 


5 


10 420 


1 734 


2 563 


2 219 


1 289 


2 373 


242 


- 


6 240 


5 576 


664 


- 


6 796 


912 


1 668 


1 456 


863 


1 712 


185 


- 


4 376 


3 612 


753 


11 


5 940 


603 


1 386 


1 401 


877 


1 402 


271 


- 


1 364 


1 151 


213 


- 


3 572 


377 


821 


939 


543 


842 


50 


- 


257 


201 


56 


- 


1 865 


166 


430 


486 


315 


447 


21 


- 


10 668 


7 601 


3 040 


27 


37 836 


1 429 


4 183 


7 942 


5 711 


12 930 


5 594 


47 


2 481 


1 946 


529 


6 


11 776 


884 


1 807 


2 774 


2 346 


2 734 


1 215 


16 


5.3 


4.9 


7.1 


9.1 


19.1 


19.8 


20.2 


21.3 


27.0 


14.4 


16.4 


34.0 



121-54 CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 



METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



Table B — 22. Owner- and Renter-Occupied Housing Units With a White Householder by Size of Household: 1980 

(Dolo are estimates bosed on o sample, see Introduction For meaning of symbols, see Introduction. For definitions of terms, see appendixes A and BJ 

Cincinnati city 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Nonrelotives present 

ROOMS 

1 to 3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 rooms 

8 or more rooms 

Median 

PLUMBING FACILITIES BY PERSONS PER ROOM 
Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

) 00 or less.. 

1 01 to 1.50 — 

1.51 or more 

locking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1.00 or less. 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

UNITS IN STRUCTURE 

I, detached or attached 

2 or more 

Mobile home or troiler. etc. 

VALUE 

Specified owner-occupied housing units 

Less than $10,000 

$10 000 to $19,999 

$20,000 to $29,999 

$30,000 to $39.999 

$40,000 to $49.999 

$50,000 to $59.999 

$60,000 to $79,999 

$80 000 to $99,999 

$100,000 to $149,999 

$150,000 or more 

Median 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

All income levels in 1979 

Medion income 

Medion selected monthly owner costs os percentage of 

household income 

With o mortgage 

Not mortgaged 

Income in 1979 below poverty level 

Medion income 

Medion selected monthly owner costs os percentage of 

household income 

With a morlgoge 

Not mortgaged 

Renter-occupied housing units 

Nonrelotives present 

ROOMS 

1 room 

2 rooms 

3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 or more rooms 

Median 

PLUMBING FACILITIES BY PERSONS PER ROOM 
Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1.00 or less- 

1 01 to 1 .50 

I 51 or more 

locking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1.00 or less 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

UNITS IN STRUQURE 

I, detached or attached 

2 

3 ond 4 

5 to 9 

10 to 49 

50 or more 

Mobile home or trailer, etc 

GROSS RENT 

Specified renter-occupied housing units 

Less than $100 

$100 to $149 

$150 to $199 

$200 to $249 

$250 to $299 

$300 to $349 

$350 to $399 

$400 to $499 

$500 or more 

No cash rent 

Median 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

All income levels in 1979 

Median income 

Medion gross rent as percentage of household income . 

Income in 1979 below poverty level 

Median income 

Median gross rent os percentage of household income . 



















8 or more 






Total 


1 person 


2 persons 


3 persons 


4 persons 


5 persons 


6 persons 


7 persons 


persons 


Median 


Total persons 


46 899 


9 482 


17 006 


7 716 


6 403 


3 314 


1 740 


842 


396 


232 


130 310 


1 890 


- 


1 034 


369 


173 


126 


101 


65 


22 


2.41 


5 978 


1 480 


914 


490 


54 


5 


9 


8 




. 


1 31 


2 534 


4 434 


1 692 


1 830 


459 


274 


123 


38 


15 


3 


1.79 


9 389 


11 490 


3 121 


4 947 


1 628 


1 114 


372 


226 


68 


14 


203 


26 337 


13 476 


2 291 


4 844 


2 644 


1 818 


1 121 


400 


266 


92 


2.42 


37 686 


7 881 


882 


2 689 


1 578 


1 385 


673 


409 


184 


81 


273 


24 490 


8 138 


582 


2 206 


1 353 


1 807 


1 016 


659 


309 


206 


345 


29 874 


5.9 


52 


5.8 


6.1 


65 


6.5 


7.0 


69 


7.6 






46 543 


9 328 


16 884 


7 696 


6 371 


3 314 


1 729 


832 


389 


2.33 


129 433 


45 557 


9 328 


16 884 


7 696 


6 366 


3 182 


1 457 


493 


151 


230 


122 790 


884 


- 


- 


- 


5 


123 


264 


324 


168 


665 


5 707 


102 


- 


- 


- 


- 


9 


8 


15 


70 


8.5 + 


936 


356 


154 


122 


20 


32 


_ 


11 


10 


7 


1.70 


877 


346 


154 


122 


20 


32 


_ 


11 


_ 


7 


1.66 


827 


10 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


10 


- 


7.00 


50 


39 381 


6 742 


14 397 


6 809 


5 748 


2 972 


1 613 


754 


346 


2.40 


110 542 


7 452 


2 713 


2 575 


907 


650 


342 


127 


88 


50 


1 89 


19 638 


66 


27 


34 


- 


5 


- 


- 


- 


- 


1.68 


130 


37 492 


6 349 


13 640 


6 512 


5 493 


2 874 


1 545 


733 


346 


2.41 


104 915 


628 


151 


210 


102 


41 


46 


43 


15 


20 


228 


1 982 


2 748 


730 


956 


393 


241 


177 


128 


84 


39 


2.17 


7 003 


5 557 


1 335 


2 067 


804 


686 


352 


185 


79 


49 


220 


13 965 


7 270 


1 364 


2 667 


1 279 


981 


447 


275 


175 


82 


2 35 


19 563 


7 512 


1 175 


2 856 


1 458 


1 113 


561 


229 


96 


24 


240 


19 712 


5 100 


762 


1 754 


959 


878 


410 


217 


68 


52 


2.54 


15 242 


4 612 


536 


1 645 


823 


784 


447 


243 


99 


35 


265 


14 158 


1 669 


122 


637 


297 


288 


192 


67 


57 


9 


2.75 


5 320 


1 475 


133 


532 


247 


281 


132 


87 


36 


27 


2.79 


4 858 


921 


41 


316 


150 


200 


110 


71 


24 


9 


3 19 


3 112 


$43 300 


$36 600 


$43 100 


$44 600 


$47 200 


$47 400 


$44 800 


$41 300 


$35 500 






46 899 


9 482 


17 006 


7 716 


6 403 


3 314 


1 740 


842 


396 


2.32 


130 310 


$20 570 


$9 323 


$20 191 


$23 560 


$25 879 


$24 817 


$27 552 


$31 107 


$30 667 






15,0 


21.8 


13.7 


13,9 


15.2 


15.9 


14.1 


13.0 


13.2 






18.1 


27.4 


18.1 


18.2 


17.3 


17.5 


15.4 


14 5 


14.0 






10.6 


19.5 


10,0 


10- 


10- 


10- 


10- 


10- 


10- 






2 481 


1 208 


537 


202 


167 


134 


120 


64 


49 


1.56 




$3 159 


$2 673 


$3 137 


$3 802 


$3 904 


$5 370 


$7 500 


$8 900 


$2500- 






50+ 


50 + 


50 + 


50 + 


50 + 


48.8 


40.7 


329 


50 + 






50+ 


50+ 


50+ 


50 + 


50 + 


50.0 


40.0 


37.5 


50 + 






50+ 


50 + 


470 


50 + 


45,7 


23.5 


50 + 


22.5 


- 






61 632 


32 625 


17 388 


6 269 


3 035 


1 388 


583 


277 


67 


1.44 


109 849 


6 on 


- 


4 330 


1 047 


359 


154 


49 


54 


18 


2 19 


14 753 


2 531 


2 374 


137 


9 


7 


_ 


_ 


_ 


4 


1 03 


2 806 


7 124 


5 601 


1 144 


247 


100 


25 


7 


- 


- 


1 14 


9 001 


20 814 


13 965 


5 013 


1 160 


455 


163 


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7 290 


5 979 


2 296 


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308 


136 


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9 404 


2 691 


3 696 


1 581 


778 


446 


124 


77 


11 


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21 247 


2 966 


464 


1 025 


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398 


186 


160 


77 


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8 612 


1 753 


240 


394 


334 


339 


260 


127 


52 


7 


3 23 


5 823 


3.5 


3.1 


3.9 


4.2 


4,5 


4.9 


5.5 


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31 664 


17 046 


6 121 


2 921 


1 375 


562 


277 


67 


1.45 


107 136 


58 087 


31 664 


16 909 


5 876 


2 418 


883 


279 


52 


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1 42 


97 973 


1 362 


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236 


410 


308 


247 


154 


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6 373 


584 


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137 


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93 


184 


36 


71 


54 


4 79 


2 790 


1 599 


961 


342 


148 


114 


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2 713 


1 512 


961 


342 


137 


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280 


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1 265 


780 


655 


466 


235 


130 


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2 57 


13 241 


8 967 


3 428 


2 704 


1 461 


774 


356 


181 


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19 118 


13 007 


7 155 


3 591 


1 334 


569 


233 


78 


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22 113 


8 697 


4 898 


2 431 


751 


376 


150 


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14 672 


19 026 


11 121 


5 401 


1 642 


607 


177 


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31 


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30 467 


7 420 


5 070 


1 986 


301 


54 


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1.23 


10 179 


47 


37 


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61 264 


32 510 


17 298 


6 199 


3 003 


1 356 


583 


248 


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4 244 


3 364 


500 


193 


106 


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8 318 


5 390 


1 642 


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12 572 


15 852 


10 119 


3 663 


1 173 


490 


228 


123 


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1 28 


24 642 


14 694 


7 022 


4 603 


1 828 


719 


307 


135 


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1 57 


27 326 


8 253 


3 147 


3 193 


1 135 


506 


165 


72 


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1.81 


16 509 


3 934 


1 448 


1 566 


498 


228 


137 


37 


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1.83 


8 063 


1 768 


489 


517 


371 


164 


126 


68 


26 


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226 


4 678 


1 614 


519 


606 


177 


176 


77 


48 


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1.98 


3 718 


1 287 


438 


583 


101 


100 


46 


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1 85 


2 698 


1 300 


574 


425 


103 


117 


21 


38 


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18 


1.68 


2 839 


$205 


$186 


$227 


$227 


$230 


$229 


$234 


$234 


$209 






61 632 


32 625 


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6 269 


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583 


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METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



Table B -24. 



Age and Sex of Householder in One-Person Households for Owner- and Renter-Occupied Housing Units 
With a White Householder: 1980 



Cincinnati city 



Owner-occupied housing units 

PLUMBING FACILITIES 

Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

Lacking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

UNITS IN STRUCTURE 

1, detached or attached 

2 or more 

Mobile home or trailer, etc. 

HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1979 

Less than $5,000 - 

$5,000 to $9,999... 

$10,000 to $12,499 

$12,500 to $14.999 

$15,000 to $19,999 

$20,000 to $24,999 

$25,000 to $34,999.. 

$35,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 or more 

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Mean 

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OWNER COSTS 

Specified owner-occupied housing units 

Wrtti a mortgage 

Less than $200 

$200 to $249 

$250 to $299 

$300 to $349 

$350 to $399 

$400 to $499 

$500 to $599 

$600 to $749 

$750 or more 

Median 

Not mortgaged 

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$50 to $74 

$75 to $99 

$100 to $124 

$125 to $149 

$150 to $199 

$200 to $249 

$250 or more 

Median 

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Median selected monthly owner costs as percentage of 

household income in 1979 

With a mortgage 

Not mortgaged 

Income in 1979 below poverty level 

Percent below poverty level 

Renter-occupied housing units 

PLUMBING FACILITIES 

Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

Lacking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

UNITS IN STRUQURE 

1. detached or ottached 

2 

3 and 4 

5 to 9 

10 to 49 

50 or more 

Mobile home or trailer, etc. 

HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1979 

Less thon $5,000 

$5,000 to $9.999 

$10,000 to $12,499 

$12,500 to $14.999 

$15,000 to $19,999 

$20,000 to $24,999 

$25,000 to $34,999. 

$35,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 or more 

Median 

Meon 

GROSS RENT 

Specified renter-occupied housing units 

Less than $100 

$100 to $149 

$150 to $199 

$200 to $249 

$250 to $299 

$300 to $349 

$350 to $399 __ 

$400 to $499 

$500 or more 

No cash rent 

Median 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

Median gross rent as percentage of household income in 

1979 

Income in 1979 below poverty level 

Percent below poverty level 



[Data are estimotes bosed on a 


somple, see 


Introduction. 


For meoning 


of symbols, 


see Introduct 


on. For definitions of terms 


see appendixes A and B) 








Male householder 


Femole householder 




1 5 to 24 


25 to 34 


35 to 44 


45 to 64 


65 yeors 




15 to 24 


25 to 34 


35 to 44 


45 to 64 


65 yeors 


Totol 


Totol 


years 


yeors 


years 


yeors 


ond over 


Totol 


yeors 


yeors 


yeors 


yeors 


ond over 


9 482 


2 998 


155 


842 


335 


728 


938 


6 484 


28 


344 


205 


1 780 


4 127 


9 328 


2 920 


149 


818 


331 


699 


923 


6 408 


28 


344 


205 


1 762 


4 069 


154 


78 


6 


24 


4 


29 


15 


76 


- 


- 


- 


18 


58 


6 742 


1 985 


85 


471 


201 


486 


742 


4 757 


13 


258 


145 


1 290 


3 051 


2 713 


991 


70 


365 


130 


236 


190 


1 722 


15 


86 


60 


490 


1 071 


27 


22 


- 


6 


4 


6 


6 


5 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5 


2 430 


431 


31 


29 


28 


70 


273 


1 999 


6 


17 


26 


332 


1 618 


2 636 


601 


37 


78 


12 


102 


372 


2 035 


4 


58 


32 


518 


1 423 


934 


335 


35 


120 


4 


91 


85 


599 


- 


44 


38 


207 


310 


684 


212 


9 


98 


23 


23 


59 


472 


12 


59 


15 


163 


223 


1 175 


526 


23 


206 


72 


141 


84 


649 


6 


78 


77 


237 


251 


650 


346 


7 


117 


100 


92 


30 


304 


- 


41 


6 


178 


79 


503 


292 


13 


114 


38 


103 


24 


211 


_ 


36 


11 


88 


76 


270 


157 


- 


52 


39 


55 


11 


113 


_ 


11 


_ 


44 


58 


200 


98 


- 


28 


19 


51 


_ 


102 


- 


- 


- 


13 


89 


$9 323 


$14 057 


$10 679 


$17 746 


$20 990 


$17 191 


$7 609 


$7 887 


$13 333 


$14 746 


$13 583 


$10 483 


$6 318 


$12 899 


$17 102 


$11 327 


$19 636 


$23 665 


$22 537 


$9 221 


$10 955 


$10 810 


$16 163 


$13 696 


$12 674 


$9 644 


6 349 


1 822 


73 


422 


168 


458 


701 


4 527 


13 


248 


141 


1 196 


2 929 


1 816 


841 


42 


396 


161 


163 


79 


975 


13 


226 


HI 


375 


250 


269 


84 


15 


24 


- 


25 


20 


185 


_ 


_ 


5 


64 


116 


325 


153 


- 


53 


34 


37 


29 


172 


_ 


31 


15 


76 


50 


339 


130 


7 


54 


29 


27 


13 


209 


6 


38 


26 


90 


49 


243 


112 


20 


42 


17 


22 


11 


131 


7 


26 


29 


51 


18 


183 


72 


- 


35 


17 


14 


6 


111 


_ 


46 


18 


47 


_ 


226 


122 


- 


78 


25 


19 


- 


104 


_ 


58 


12 


28 


6 


120 


69 


- 


50 


7 


12 


_ 


51 


_ 


21 


6 


19 


5 


65 


65 


- 


38 


20 


7 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


46 


34 


- 


22 


12 


- 


- 


12 


- 


6 


- 


- 


6 


$296 


$324 


$293 


$386 


$351 


$286 


$234 


$281 


$304 


$370 


$316 


$276 


$209 


4 533 


981 


31 


26 


7 


295 


622 


3 552 


_ 


22 


30 


821 


2 679 


33 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


33 


_ 


_ 


_ 


11 


22 


271 


48 


- 


8 


- 


18 


22 


223 


- 


- 


- 


36 


187 


963 


256 


19 


7 


7 


47 


176 


707 


_ 


5 


_ 


134 


568 


1 176 


257 


6 


- 


- 


91 


160 


919 


- 


- 


24 


196 


699 


830 


166 


- 


6 


- 


59 


101 


664 


- 


4 


- 


187 


473 


889 


191 


6 


5 


- 


59 


121 


698 


- 


- 


- 


195 


503 


213 


18 


- 


- 


- 


6 


12 


195 


- 


13 


- 


39 


143 


158 


45 


- 


- 


- 


15 


30 


113 


- 


- 


6 


23 


84 


$121 


$118 


$95 


$93 


$88 


$123 


$118 


$122 


— 


$208 


$116 


$129 


$120 


21.8 


19.4 


25.4 


26.5 


19.7 


13.0 


19.6 


22.7 


34.6 


28.2 


27.3 


17.8 


24.0 


27.4 


23.8 


16.7 


27.2 


20.1 


18.0 


48.0 


31.9 


34.6 


28.3 


28.9 


252 


50 + 


19.5 


15.5 


27.6 


14.6 


10- 


10.5 


18.2 


20.4 


- 


18.8 


16.9 


15.3 


22 7 


1 208 


220 


13 


23 


28 


61 


95 


988 


6 


13 


17 


260 


692 


12.7 


7.3 


8.4 


2.7 


8.4 


8.4 


10.1 


15.2 


21.4 


3.8 


8.3 


14.6 


168 


32 625 


12 319 


2 638 


4 142 


1 316 


2 423 


1 800 


20 306 


2 532 


4 160 


1 116 


3 991 


8 507 


31 664 


11 765 


2 598 


4 020 


1 244 


2 196 


1 707 


19 899 


2 511 


4 057 


1 104 


3 945 


8 282 


961 


554 


40 


122 


72 


227 


93 


407 


21 


103 


12 


46 


225 


916 


360 


68 


120 


49 


96 


27 


556 


33 


71 


26 


163 


263 


3 428 


1 177 


193 


480 


159 


201 


144 


2 251 


211 


477 


118 


439 


1 006 


7 155 


2 314 


552 


743 


229 


368 


422 


4 841 


422 


809 


176 


1 108 


2 326 


4 898 


1 947 


399 


618 


202 


388 


340 


2 951 


378 


580 


142 


767 


1 084 


11 121 


4 716 


1 126 


1 751 


493 


900 


446 


6 405 


1 189 


1 743 


533 


1 068 


1 872 


5 070 


1 784 


300 


424 


176 


463 


421 


3 286 


299 


480 


121 


446 


1 940 


37 


21 


- 


6 


8 


7 


- 


16 


- 


- 


- 


- 


16 


9 779 


2 899 


714 


505 


210 


692 


778 


6 880 


692 


470 


209 


1 282 


4 227 


8 843 


2 888 


823 


790 


186 


543 


546 


5 955 


1 077 


944 


309 


1 085 


2 540 


4 397 


1 576 


452 


649 


103 


202 


170 


2 821 


422 


1 099 


256 


527 


517 


2 676 


1 095 


281 


497 


148 


141 


28 


1 581 


132 


661 


72 


370 


346 


3 836 


1 903 


230 


986 


304 


265 


118 


1 933 


175 


785 


208 


424 


341 


1 478 


897 


84 


405 


142 


221 


45 


581 


26 


133 


31 


158 


233 


1 025 


689 


45 


255 


145 


213 


31 


336 


- 


57 


31 


93 


155 


297 


180 


9 


29 


39 


78 


25 


117 


- 


11 


- 


24 


82 


294 


192 


- 


26 


39 


68 


59 


102 


8 


- 


- 


28 


66 


$8 620 


$10 591 


$8 825 


$13 139 


$15 152 


$9 733 


$5 840 


$7 605 


$7 770 


$11 515 


$10 391 


$7 972 


$5 042 


$10 291 


$12 391 


$9 047 


$13 576 


$16 405 


$13 485 


$10 160 


$9 017 


$7 879 


$11 522 


$10 611 


$9 526 


$7 683 


32 510 


12 266 


2 638 


4 117 


1 308 


2 407 


1 796 


20 244 


2 527 


4 155 


1 116 


3 978 


8 468 


3 364 


1 335 


90 


127 


109 


506 


503 


2 029 


51 


106 


65 


486 


1 321 


5 390 


1 971 


351 


469 


142 


565 


444 


3 419 


283 


322 


126 


900 


1 788 


10 119 


3 570 


1 000 


1 286 


314 


552 


418 


6 549 


1 032 


1 326 


303 


1 310 


2 578 


7 022 


2 690 


783 


1 007 


353 


371 


176 


4 332 


811 


1 365 


381 


655 


1 120 


3 147 


1 254 


240 


600 


143 


166 


105 


1 893 


220 


602 


117 


312 


642 


1 448 


654 


73 


376 


89 


82 


34 


794 


64 


281 


76 


108 


265 


489 


221 


42 


89 


34 


39 


17 


268 


11 


67 


11 


61 


118 


519 


207 


31 


74 


60 


28 


14 


312 


13 


31 


33 


49 


186 


438 


97 


- 


15 


26 


20 


36 


341 


26 


22 


- 


46 


247 


574 


267 


28 


74 


38 


78 


49 


307 


16 


33 


4 


51 


203 


$186 


$189 


$195 


$206 


$208 


$158 


$145 


$184 


$195 


$211 


$208 


$173 


$170 


25.5 


21.6 


27.3 


19.8 


17.6 


18.5 


24.7 


28.3 


31.7 


23.0 


23.9 


26.2 


34.3 


6 300 


1 907 


596 


361 


149 


529 


272 


4 393 


568 


359 


179 


1 079 


2 208 


193 


15.5 


22.6 


8.7 


11.3 


21.8 


15.1 


21.6 


224 


86 


160 


27 


26 



METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 121-57 



Toble B— 25. Value of Owner-Occupied Housing Units With a Black Householder: 1980 



Cincinnati city 



Specified owner-occupied housing units 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER 

Married-couple families 

15 lo 24 yeors 

25 to 34 yeors 

35 to 44 yeors 

45 to 64 yeors 

65 years and over 

Mole householder, no wife present 

15 to 24 yeors 

25 to 34 yeors 

35 to 44 yeors 

45 to 64 yeors 

65 years and over 

Female householder, no husband present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 yeors 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Median age 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

1979 to March 1980 

1975 to 1978 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1959 or earlier 

ROOMS 

1 to 3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 rooms 

8 or more rooms 

Median 

BEDROOMS 

None 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 or more 

YEAR STRUQURE BUILT 

1975 to Morch 1980 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1950 to 1959 

1940 to 1949 

1939 or eorlier 

HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1979 

Less than $5,000 

$5,000 to $9,999 

$10,000 to $12,499 

$12,500 to $14,999 

$15,000 to $19,999 

$20,000 to $24.999 

$25,000 to $34,999 

$35,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 or more 

Median 

Mean 

MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED MONTHLY 
OWNER COSTS AS PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD 
INCOME IN 1979 

With a mortgage 

Less than 15 percent 

15 to 19 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 

Not mortgaged 

Less than 10 percent 

10 to 14 percent 

15 to 19 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Medion 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1 01 or more persons per room 

Lacking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1 .01 or more persons per room 

Heating equipment 

Central heoting system 

Air conditioning 

Centrol system 

Income in 1979 below poverty level 

Percent below poverty level 



[Dota are estimates based on 


o sample, see Introduction 


For meaning of symbols 


see Introduction. For definitions of terms, see appendixes A and B 










$10,000 


$20,000 


530,000 


$40,000 


$50,000 


$60,000 


$80,000 


$100,000 










Less than 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


$150,000 


Medion 


Mean 


Total 


$10,000 


$19,999 


$29,999 


$39,999 


$49,999 


$59,999 


$79,999 


$99,999 


$149,999 


or more 


(dollars) 


(dollars) 


9 532 


200 


1 293 


2 386 


2 355 


1 696 


820 


592 


147 


38 


5 


33 800 


36 000 


6 140 


65 


709 


1 421 


1 567 


1 223 


533 


456 


123 


38 


5 


35 700 


33 100 


63 


- 


- 


8 


33 


17 


5 


- 


- 


- 


- 


36 300 


37 500 


660 


6 


38 


87 


187 


184 


76 


64 


12 


6 


- 


40 600 


42 500 


1 239 


_ 


104 


222 


313 


258 


147 


121 


61 


8 


5 


39 500 


43 800 


2 959 


35 


287 


820 


730 


551 


284 


178 


50 


24 


- 


34 500 


37 100 


1 219 


24 


280 


284 


304 


213 


21 


93 


- 


- 


- 


30 700 


32 200 


886 


45 


132 


221 


234 


95 


101 


34 


24 


- 


_ 


32 200 


34 000 


11 


- 


- 


- 


5 


6 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


45 400 


40 700 


91 


- 


11 


39 


7 


13 


10 


11 


- 


- 


- 


29 300 


35 300 


204 


8 


8 


30 


69 


16 


47 


16 


10 


- 


- 


39 000 


42 000 


332 


20 


80 


68 


72 


51 


20 


7 


14 


- 


- 


29 300 


32 100 


248 


17 


33 


84 


81 


9 


24 


- 


- 


- 


- 


28 200 


29 100 


2 506 


90 


452 


744 


554 


378 


186 


102 


- 


- 


_ 


29 300 


31 500 


8 


- 


- 


8 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


26 300 


26 300 


195 


- 


27 


58 


36 


29 


15 


30 


- 


- 


- 


33 100 


36 100 


492 


13 


32 


131 


134 


117 


44 


21 


- 


- 


- 


33 900 


35 400 


1 244 


61 


221 


364 


283 


187 


83 


45 


- 


- 


- 


28 900 


31 100 


567 


16 


172 


183 


101 


45 


44 


6 


- 


- 


- 


25 500 


27 500 


52.6 


61.4 


58.3 


54.5 


51.8 


49.0 


49.9 


46.9 


42.7 


49.2 


42.5 






671 


6 


43 


113 


195 


136 


88 


75 


7 


8 




39 200 


41 600 


1 612 


45 


149 


335 


372 


369 


162 


138 


31 


6 


5 


37 400 


39 200 


2 133 


17 


233 


447 


572 


391 


239 


164 


52 


18 


- 


36 300 


38 900 


3 473 


58 


507 


975 


822 


621 


251 


176 


57 


6 


- 


32 600 


34 900 


1 643 


74 


361 


516 


394 


179 


80 


39 


- 


- 


- 


26 900 


28 800 


115 


16 


40 


37 


15 


7 












20 100 


20 400 


461 


37 


136 


144 


112 


26 


6 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


22 800 


24 200 


2 248 


72 


453 


669 


662 


304 


62 


26 


- 


- 


- 


28 800 


29 200 


2 908 


50 


395 


807 


747 


567 


208 


134 


- 


- 


- 


32 700 


33 900 


1 840 


6 


136 


398 


397 


455 


262 


163 


11 


12 


- 


39 600 


40 300 


1 960 


19 


133 


331 


422 


337 


282 


269 


136 


26 


5 


42 500 


46 300 


6.2 


5,2 


5.5 


5.9 


6.0 


6,4 


7.0 


73 


8.5 + 


8.4 


8.5 + 






264 


30 


90 


81 


55 


8 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


20 800 


22 200 


2 648 


104 


541 


709 


739 


345 


148 


62 


_ 


- 


_ 


29 300 


30 000 


4 369 


46 


444 


1 190 


1 086 


886 


394 


269 


40 


14 


- 


35 000 


36 600 


1 689 


20 


153 


319 


285 


395 


192 


226 


87 


12 


- 


41 800 


43 300 


562 


- 


65 


87 


190 


62 


86 


35 


20 


12 


5 


37 500 


43 300 


43 


6 


8 




5 


6 


12 


6 








47 100 


37 700 


85 


- 


16 


7 


12 


21 


17 


12 


- 


- 


- 


43 400 


41 400 


595 


- 


28 


56 


148 


153 


99 


101 


10 


_ 


- 


45 400 


45 600 


1 373 


- 


74 


272 


449 


274 


158 


107 


16 


18 


5 


37 100 


41 300 


2 100 


8 


196 


560 


597 


394 


186 


121 


24 


14 


- 


35 600 


37 000 


5 336 


186 


971 


1 491 


1 144 


848 


348 


245 


97 


6 


- 


30 200 


33 000 


940 


44 


252 


305 


163 


86 


59 


25 




6 




26 200 


28 500 


1 175 


71 


279 


315 


291 


129 


46 


44 


- 


- 


- 


26 500 


28 600 


754 


27 


127 


240 


152 


131 


50 


27 


- 


- 


- 


28 800 


31 400 


704 


11 


120 


231 


181 


98 


52 


11 


- 


- 


- 


29 300 


30 900 


1 640 


35 


168 


483 


472 


311 


94 


53 


24 


- 


- 


33 000 


34 400 


1 357 


- 


158 


331 


441 


231 


89 


80 


21 


6 


- 


34 800 


36 300 


1 696 


- 


95 


302 


409 


427 


260 


152 


37 


14 


- 


40 900 


42 600 


1 110 


12 


94 


179 


209 


230 


153 


177 


50 


6 


- 


43 600 


44 600 


156 


- 


- 


- 


37 


53 


17 


23 


15 


6 


5 


48 500 


60 500 


$18 591 


$8 370 


$12 274 


$15 981 


$19 082 


$21 831 


$25 495 


$28 409 


$32 507 


$30 468 


$75000 + 






$21 639 


$10 688 


$14 457 


$17 193 


$25 815 


$23 664 


$24 526 


$28 477 


$33 537 


$29 491 


$92 070 






7 157 


57 


729 


1 745 


1 830 


1 414 


683 


519 


137 


38 


5 


35 900 


38 100 


1 952 


9 


205 


472 


483 


443 


148 


127 


48 


12 


5 


35 200 


38 600 


1 486 


21 


113 


333 


364 


303 


203 


122 


21 


6 


- 


38 000 


39 600 


1 006 


5 


71 


240 


340 


181 


51 


84 


34 


- 


- 


36 400 


39 100 


694 


13 


81 


98 


193 


136 


104 


47 


16 


6 


- 


38 100 


39 300 


554 


4 


44 


179 


144 


107 


60 


16 


- 


- 


- 


33 300 


34 700 


1 395 


5 


215 


387 


291 


237 


111 


123 


18 


8 


- 


32 900 


36 000 


70 


- 


- 


36 


15 


7 


6 


- 


- 


6 


- 


29 900 


39 900 


20.5 


19.6 


23.3 


21.0 


20.9 


19.3 


19.7 


20.6 


19.9 


18.3 


12.5 






2 375 


143 


564 


641 


525 


282 


137 


73 


10 


- 


- 


27 666 


29 400 


607 


6 


108 


154 


155 


84 


48 


42 


10 


- 


- 


32 700 


34 800 


485 


13 


106 


145 


118 


59 


37 


7 


- 


- 


- 


28 700 


30 200 


354 


38 


83 


84 


78 


61 


10 


- 


- 


- 


- 


26 100 


27 300 


181 


18 


26 


65 


35 


33 


4 


- 


- 


- 


- 


27 000 


27 200 


162 


12 


45 


33 


24 


26 


7 


15 


- 


- 


- 


26 800 


30 300 


108 


3 


43 


27 


30 


_ 


2 


3 


- 


- 


- 


22 500 


24 000 


444 


44 


136 


125 


85 


19 


29 


6 


- 


- 


- 


22 400 


25 500 


34 


9 


17 


8 


_ 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


14 400 


15 900 


16.1 


22.8 


18 6 


160 


14,6 


148 


12.8 


10- 


10- 


- 


- 






9 496 


194 


1 278 


2 376 


2 355 


1 691 


820 


592 


147 


38 


5 


33 800 


36 000 


449 


13 


92 


146 


111 


76 


_ 


11 


- 


_ 


- 


27 100 


29 300 


36 


6 


15 


10 


_ 


5 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


18 800 


20 000 


10 


_ 


_ 


10 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


23 800 


23 800 


9 532 


200 


1 293 


2 386 


2 355 


1 696 


820 


592 


147 


38 


5 


33 800 


36 000 


9 140 


139 


1 215 


2 296 


2 260 


1 661 


808 


578 


140 


38 


5 


34 100 


36 300 


5 594 


21 


586 


1 148 


1 423 


1 216 


604 


454 


113 


24 


5 


37 500 


39 400 


2 363 


- 


117 


317 


571 


586 


396 


287 


60 


24 


5 


43 200 


45 300 


938 


56 


247 


339 


139 


103 


38 


10 


_ 


6 


- 


25 200 


26 800 


98 


280 


19.1 


14.2 


59 


6 1 


46 


1 7 


- 


15.8 


- 







121-58 CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 



METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



Table B— 26 Gross Rent of Renter-Occupied Housing Units With a Black Householder: 1980 



[Data ore estimates bosed on a sample, see Introduction For meaning of symbols, see Introduction For definitions of terms, see oppendixes A and B] 



Cincinnati city 



Specified renter-occupied housing units 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER 

Married-couple families 

15 to 24 yeors 

25 to 34 yeors 

35 to 44 yeors 

45 to 64 yeors 

65 years and over 

Male householder, no wife present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 yeors - 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 yeors and over 

Female householder, no husband present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 yeors --. 

35 to 44 yeors 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Median age 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

1979 to March 1980 

1975 to 1978 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1959 or earlier 

ROOMS 

1 room 

2 rooms 

3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 or more rooms 

Median 

PLUMBING FACILITIES BY PERSONS PER ROOM 
AND POVERTY STATUS IN 1979 

All income levels in 1979 

Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

0.50 or less 

0.51 to 1.00 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

locking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

0.50 or less 

0.51 to 1.00 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

Income in 1979 below poverty level 

Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1.01 or more persons per room 

Locking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1.01 or more persons per room 

BEDROOMS 

None 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 or more 

UNITS IN STRUQURE 

I, detached or attached 

2 

3 and 4 

5 to 9 

10 to 49 

50 or more 

Mobile home or trailer, etc 

YEAR STRUQURE BUILT 

1975 to March 1980 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1950 to 1959 

1940 to 1949 

1939 or eorlier 

STORIES IN STRUQURE 

1 to 3 

4 or more 

With elevator 

GROSS RENT AS PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD 
INCOME IN 1979 

Less than 15 percent 

15 to 19 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 to 49 percent 

50 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

Heating equipment 

Centrol heating system 

Air conditioning _ 

Central system 





Less thon 


$100 to 


$150 to 


$200 to 


$250 to 


$300 to 


$350 to 


$400 to 


$500 or 


No cash 


Median 


Total 


S100 


$149 


$199 


$249 


$299 


$349 


$399 


$499 


more 


rent 


(dollars) 


33 557 


8 801 


6 SOS 


7 789 


5 560 


2 680 


1 074 


433 


380 


60 


275 


159 


6 481 


465 


1 056 


1 749 


1 611 


786 


377 


162 


178 


19 


78 


198 


827 


56 


97 


296 


203 


112 


33 


16 


8 


- 


6 


191 


2 042 


102 


213 


461 


635 


325 


153 


46 


78 


- 


29 


223 


1 003 


29 


217 


255 


182 


127 


59 


55 


64 


8 


7 


199 


1 688 


167 


296 


465 


401 


182 


93 


38 


20 


11 


15 


186 


921 


111 


233 


272 


190 


40 


39 


7 


8 


- 


21 


168 


8 103 


1 881 


1 824 


2 148 


1 256 


593 


170 


77 


62 


9 


83 


157 


1 255 


119 


219 


447 


280 


120 


30 


9 


17 


- 


14 


180 


2 038 


187 


367 


724 


418 


191 


75 


39 


21 


- 


16 


185 


1 144 


194 


242 


310 


208 


116 


38 


23 


4 


9 


- 


168 


2 269 


712 


647 


444 


296 


130 


13 


- 


15 


- 


12 


127 


1 397 


669 


349 


223 


54 


36 


14 


6 


5 


- 


41 


101 


18 973 


6 455 


3 625 


3 892 


2 693 


1 301 


527 


194 


140 


32 


114 


142 


3 405 


1 093 


514 


897 


613 


188 


47 


19 


- 


8 


26 


156 


4 994 


1 144 


874 


1 235 


930 


457 


207 


61 


59 


7 


20 


175 


2 411 


571 


473 


464 


382 


339 


103 


35 


25 


9 


10 


166 


4 945 


1 736 


1 186 


849 


623 


283 


133 


63 


56 


8 


8 


128 


3 218 


1 911 


578 


447 


145 


34 


37 


16 


- 


- 


50 


80 


39.5 


52.8 


45.4 


34.1 


33.1 


34.2 


34.8 


36.5 


35.5 


40.8 


54.3 




11 305 


2 231 


1 835 


2 683 


2 364 


1 213 


424 


250 


205 


31 


69 


182 


11 658 


3 081 


2 100 


2 701 


2 088 


996 


420 


90 


123 


13 


46 


161 


6 015 


2 161 


1 345 


1 361 


628 


256 


128 


55 


36 


8 


37 


132 


3 361 


879 


892 


838 


398 


155 


95 


34 


12 


8 


50 


145 


1 218 


449 


333 


206 


82 


60 


7 


4 


4 


- 


73 


113 


1 248 


617 


353 


167 


83 


22 




6 








101 


4 033 


1 714 


1 039 


881 


288 


73 


25 


7 


- 


- 


6 


112 


11 060 


3 597 


2 421 


3 011 


1 515 


314 


72 


46 


19 


9 


56 


141 


10 121 


1 897 


1 554 


2 538 


2 446 


1 098 


363 


91 


49 


4 


81 


181 


4 702 


789 


857 


820 


933 


786 


315 


81 


74 


- 


47 


193 


1 522 


152 


226 


230 


195 


285 


145 


133 


101 


8 


47 


236 


871 


35 


55 


142 


100 


102 


154 


69 


137 


39 


38 


288 


3.5 


3.1 


3.3 


3.4 


3.9 


4.3 


4.7 


5.3 


6.0 


7.0 


44 




33 557 


8 801 


6 505 


7 789 


5 560 


2 680 


1 074 


433 


380 


60 


275 


159 


32 510 


8 480 


6 247 


7 575 


5 413 


2 612 


1 053 


423 


372 


60 


275 


159 


17 094 


4 808 


3 133 


4 196 


2 765 


1 242 


492 


174 


118 


20 


146 


156 


12 528 


3 090 


2 385 


2 755 


2 152 


1 129 


464 


235 


179 


20 


119 


164 


2 229 


464 


531 


444 


419 


182 


89 


10 


66 


14 


10 


161 


659 


118 


198 


180 


77 


59 


8 


4 


9 


6 


_ 


156 


1 047 


321 


258 


214 


147 


68 


21 


10 


8 


- 


- 


130 


412 


100 


80 


116 


65 


39 


12 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


160 


505 


188 


143 


72 


60 


15 


9 


10 


8 


- 


- 


120 


87 


20 


26 


12 


22 


7 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


147 


43 


13 


9 


14 


- 


7 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


109 


14 710 


6 870 


2 873 


2 280 


1 468 


647 


276 


122 


51 


26 


97 


106 


14 182 


6 614 


2 757 


2 227 


1 393 


629 


276 


112 


51 


26 


97 


106 


1 569 


475 


399 


280 


193 


129 


53 


14 


11 


15 


- 


142 


528 


256 


116 


53 


75 


18 


- 


10 


- 


- 


- 


102 


67 


21 


29 


6 


4 


7 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


109 


1 567 


695 


515 


220 


101 


30 




6 








107 


15 583 


5 069 


3 343 


4 282 


2 176 


427 


124 


60 


16 


13 


73 


14) 


11 653 


2 166 


1 587 


2 611 


2 666 


1 665 


585 


168 


96 


8 


101 


)89 


3 600 


697 


874 


440 


525 


431 


234 


136 


165 


8 


90 


171 


903 


144 


175 


175 


80 


114 


91 


42 


57 


17 


8 


169 


251 


30 


11 


61 


12 


13 


40 


21 


46 


14 


3 


289 


3 128 


605 


457 


509 


487 


366 


273 


134 


179 


31 


87 


193 


3 211 


352 


649 


720 


612 


421 


205 


114 


47 


16 


75 


186 


6 328 


933 


1 333 


1 832 


1 275 


489 


254 


101 


64 


13 


34 


174 


7 376 


2 598 


1 683 


1 672 


843 


334 


123 


29 


35 


- 


59 


129 


10 176 


2 521 


1 878 


2 614 


1 976 


923 


154 


48 


42 


- 


20 


163 


3 270 


1 774 


488 


421 


360 


147 


65 


7 


8 


- 


- 


88 


68 


18 


17 


21 


7 


- 


- 


- 


5 


- 


- 


149 


880 


223 


95 


118 


190 


143 


47 


36 


16 


_ 


12 


200 


2 710 


929 


258 


485 


544 


317 


90 


10 


53 


- 


24 


173 


6 433 


1 356 


745 


1 981 


1 543 


570 


148 


54 


28 


- 


8 


182 


5 222 


1 238 


905 


1 26) 


1 027 


418 


203 


70 


90 


- 


10 


169 


5 899 


1 616 


1 272 


1 304 


770 


497 


190 


81 


75 


21 


73 


151 


12 413 


3 439 


3 230 


2 640 


1 486 


735 


396 


182 


118 


39 


148 


142 


26 625 


5 191 


5 252 


6 785 


4 968 


2 311 


995 


422 


366 


60 


275 


171 


6 932 


3 610 


1 253 


1 004 


592 


369 


79 


11 


14 


- 


- 


96 


2 925 


1 730 


350 


413 


230 


128 


53 


7 


14 


- 


— 


80 


7 342 


1 834 


1 697 


1 973 


1 134 


487 


128 


37 


52 






153 


5 045 


1 302 


906 


1 145 


935 


464 


144 


89 


60 


- 




166 


4 413 


1 437 


764 


907 


822 


236 


153 


43 


46 


5 




150 


3 275 


1 209 


545 


660 


477 


275 


65 


29 


15 


- 




139 


2 228 


701 


316 


457 


341 


226 


92 


46 


45 


4 




158 


3 687 


1 140 


781 


734 


479 


247 


180 


74 


44 


8 




143 


6 642 


990 


1 317 


1 786 


1 238 


728 


312 


115 


113 


43 




177 


925 


188 


179 


127 


134 


17 


- 


- 


5 


- 


275 


142 


24.5 


24,1 


23 7 


23.9 


23.9 


27 6 


32.6 


32.0 


31 6 


50 + 






33 491 


8 780 


6 489 


/ 783 


5 553 


2 670 


1 068 


433 


380 


60 


275 


159 


29 822 


7 963 


5 395 


6 975 


4 996 


2 465 


947 


417 


366 


52 


246 


160 


11 482 


1 282 


1 241 


3 296 


3 228 


1 498 


430 


227 


183 


33 


64 


199 


2 248 


443 


195 


415 


452 


396 


131 


90 


91 


9 


26 


206 



METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 121-59 



Table B -27 Income and Poverty Status in 1979 of Owner-Occupied Housing Units With a Black Householder: 
1980 



Cincinnati city 



Owner-occupied housing units 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER 

Married-couple families 

15 to 24 yeors 

25 to 34 yeors 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 yeors and over 

Male householder, no wife present 

15 to 24 yeors 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 yeors 

65 yeors and over 

Female householder, no husband present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Median age 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

1979 to March 1980 

1975 to 1978 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1959 or earlier 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1.01 or more persons per room 

Lacking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1 01 or more persons per room 

Heating equipment 

Central heating system 

Air conditioning 

Central system 

Vehicles available 

1 

2 or more 

House heating fuel 

Utility gos 

Bottled, tank, or LP gos 

Electricity 

Fuel oil, kerosene, etc 

Other 

Median rooms 

Specified owner-occupied housing units 

MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED MONTHLY 
OWNER COSTS 

With a mortgage 

Less thon $200 

$200 to $249 

$250 to $299 

$300 to $349 

$350 to $399 

$400 to $499 

$500 to $599 

$600 to $749 

$750 or more 

Median 

Not mortgaged 

Less than $50 

$50 to $74 

$75 to $99 

$100 to $124 

$125 to $149 

$150 to $199 

$200 to $249 

$250 or more 

Medion 

MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED MONTHLY 
OWNER COSTS AS PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD 
INCOME IN 1979 

With a mortgage 

Less than 15 percent 

15 to 19 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 

Not mortgaged 

Less than 10 percent 

10 to 14 percent 

15 to 19 percent 

20 to 24 percent . 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 



[Doto 


ore estimates based on 


3 somple, see 


Introduction 


For meoning 


of symbols. 


see Introduction. For definitions of terms, see appendixes A and 8] 






Household income in 1979 






























Income in 










$10,000 


$12,500 


$15,000 


$20,000 


$25,000 


$35,000 








1979 below 






Less than 


$5,000 to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


$50,000 or 


Median 


Mean 


poverty 




Total 


$5,000 


$9,999 


$12,499 


$14,999 


$19,999 


$24,999 


$34,999 


$49,999 


more 


(dollars) 


(dollars) 


level 




13 449 


1 539 


1 909 


1 107 


1 050 


2 US 


1 867 


2 266 


1 380 


216 


17 681 


20 516 


1 506 




8 115 


394 


731 


601 


470 


1 329 


1 349 


1 811 


1 256 


174 


22 039 


25 142 


500 




86 


_ 


8 


16 


5 


14 


25 


18 


- 


- 


20 000 


18 910 


_ 




887 


14 


29 


20 


27 


196 


185 


321 


83 


12 


24 191 


27 267 


27 




1 481 


63 


20 


62 


60 


192 


255 


387 


401 


41 


27 868 


27 838 


73 




4 007 


101 


321 


278 


216 


642 


694 


959 


681 


115 


23 321 


28 017 


188 




1 654 


216 


353 


225 


162 


285 


190 


126 


91 


6 


13 009 


14 948 


212 




1 433 


216 


309 


139 


115 


238 


190 


145 


57 


24 


13 641 


15 893 


139 




30 


- 


14 


10 


- 


- 


- 


6 


- 


- 


10 250 


11 699 


- 




169 


6 


26 


18 


13 


24 


42 


17 


17 


6 


19 740 


22 880 


6 




310 


24 


22 


57 


38 


53 


51 


43 


17 


5 


16 029 


18 153 


28 




542 


55 


79 


23 


46 


149 


90 


64 


23 


13 


18 015 


18 205 


52 




382 


131 


168 


31 


18 


12 


7 


15 


- 


- 


6 531 


8 018 


53 




3 901 


929 


869 


367 


465 


548 


328 


310 


67 


18 


11 039 


12 589 


867 




34 


5 


11 


- 


- 


8 


- 


6 


4 


- 


15 313 


16 679 


11 




288 


36 


56 


42 


67 


22 


28 


37 


- 


- 


12 873 


13 538 


44 




695 


21 


97 


96 


111 


188 


79 


87 


16 


- 


15 580 


16 663 


50 




1 799 


343 


372 


183 


214 


292 


175 


170 


32 


18 


12 518 


13 738 


429 




1 085 


524 


333 


46 


73 


38 


46 


10 


15 


- 


5 246 


7 694 


333 




53.4 


67.2 


63.3 


55.0 


53.6 


51.6 


50.7 


47.8 


48.8 


48.9 






61.0 




955 


39 


101 


79 


66 


183 


196 


204 


74 


13 


20 264 


23 618 


63 




2 290 


129 


238 


180 


167 


422 


403 


475 


242 


34 


20 104 


21 333 


210 




2 810 


263 


347 


188 


205 


508 


350 


504 


370 


75 


18 973 


21 180 


307 




4 661 


521 


570 


403 


382 


686 


626 


863 


531 


79 


18 151 


22 850 


486 




2 733 


587 


653 


257 


230 


316 


292 


220 


163 


15 


11 231 


14 081 


440 




13 213 


1 458 


1 860 


1 096 


1 032 


2 100 


1 825 


2 253 


1 373 


216 


17 790 


20 672 


1 438 




734 


36 


84 


40 


53 


128 


98 


131 


143 


21 


21 327 


23 479 


141 




236 


81 


49 


11 


18 


15 


42 


13 


7 


_ 


7 857 


11 775 


68 




16 


- 


- 


- 


6 


10 


- 


- 


- 


- 


18 000 


16 712 


- 




13 446 


1 536 


1 909 


1 107 


1 050 


2 115 


1 867 


2 266 


1 380 


216 


17 684 


20 519 


1 503 




12 686 


1 442 


1 743 


1 050 


963 


2 009 


1 757 


2 210 


1 301 


211 


17 905 


20 743 


1 381 




7 472 


536 


795 


550 


534 


1 137 


1 079 


1 628 


1 041 


172 


20 865 


23 911 


527 




2 788 


175 


181 


146 


168 


398 


368 


830 


470 


52 


24 472 


24 141 


162 




11 491 


760 


1 320 


934 


932 


1 933 


1 796 


2 236 


1 369 


211 


19 655 


22 571 


820 




5 183 


510 


990 


571 


588 


1 052 


696 


480 


278 


18 


14 713 


16 090 


553 




6 308 


250 


330 


363 


344 


881 


1 100 


1 756 


1 091 


193 


24 477 


27 897 


267 




13 446 


1 536 


1 909 


1 107 


1 050 


2 115 


1 867 


2 266 


1 380 


216 


17 684 


20 519 


1 503 




12 603 


1 413 


1 757 


1 028 


953 


1 994 


1 770 


2 161 


1 330 


197 


17 937 


20 763 


1 376 




160 


31 


24 


48 


10 


24 


9 


- 


6 


8 


11 302 


14 731 


31 




360 


40 


40 


18 


28 


66 


63 


73 " 


21 


11 


18 889 


19 928 


48 




191 


21 


54 


4 


34 


19 


16 


26 


17 


- 


13 713 


16 150 


18 




132 


31 


34 


9 


25 


12 


9 


6 


6 


- 


10 278 


12 222 


30 




6.0 


5.3 


5.4 


5.8 


5.8 


5.9 


6.0 


6.4 


6.5 


7.0 






5.5 




9 532 


940 


1 175 


754 


704 


1 640 


1 357 


1 696 


1 110 


156 


18 591 


21 639 


938 




7 157 


488 


621 


502 


538 


1 303 


1 085 


1 533 


954 


133 


20 662 


23 954 


609 




457 


78 


106 


40 


34 


81 


84 


22 


12 


- 


12 831 


14 088 


94 




903 


88 


134 


68 


95 


190 


125 


128 


60 


15 


16 750 


18 505 


92 




1 280 


57 


102 


104 


115 


264 


176 


287 


162 


13 


19 804 


21 886 


65 




1 243 


111 


142 


90 


119 


203 


162 


233 


163 


20 


18 377 


20 844 


118 




1 202 


49 


51 


116 


77 


184 


230 


239 


234 


22 


22 773 


35 041 


57 




1 213 


56 


64 


60 


77 


252 


145 


352 


183 


24 


23 727 


24 177 


131 




511 


26 


8 


17 


_ 


89 


106 


152 


91 


22 


25 313 


26 278 


26 




256 


23 


7 


7 


15 


21 


42 


98 


31 


12 


25 407 


26 878 


26 




92 


- 


7 


_ 


6 


19 


15 


22 


18 


5 


21 500 


28 428 


- 




$338 


$309 


$285 


$322 


$311 


$329 


$349 


$370 


$367 


$392 






$323 




2 375 


452 


554 


252 


166 


337 


272 


163 


156 


23 


11 801 


14 661 


329 




10 


4 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


6 


- 


40 255 


25 475 


4 




86 


43 


10 


7 


14 


- 


9 


3 


- 


- 


5 000 


8 821 


42 




214 


95 


69 


_ 


28 


10 


8 


4 


- 


- 


6 000 


7 846 


73 




354 


61 


94 


73 


- 


48 


46 


10 


22 


- 


10 753 


13 650 


41 




535 


111 


135 


67 


46 


63 


43 


31 


39 


- 


10 802 


13 305 


58 




655 


85 


171 


52 


52 


94 


91 


75 


29 


6 


13 438 


15 407 


38 




321 


47 


28 


26 


17 


98 


20 


40 


35 


10 


17 798 


19 076 


54 




200 


6 


47 


27 


9 


24 


55 


- 


25 


7 


18 194 


19 814 


19 




$149 


$130 


$144 


$142 


$147 


$175 


$166 


$172 


$169 


$227 






$127 




7 157 


488 


621 


502 


538 


1 303 


1 085 


1 533 


954 


133 


20 662 


23 954 


609 




1 952 


- 


_ 


_ 


10 


113 


284 


674 


752 


119 


33 220 


34 527 


A 




1 486 


- 


21 


26 


63 


318 


368 


517 


167 


6 


24 375 


25 018 


12 




1 006 


- 


47 


52 


101 


364 


226 


188 


28 


- 


18 963 


20 005 


17 




694 


6 


45 


88 


144 


180 


127 


97 


7 


- 


16 975 


17 982 


15 




554 


8 


53 


86 


112 


201 


59 


35 


- 


- 


15 346 


15 599 


17 




1 395 


412 


455 


250 


108 


127 


21 


22 


- 


- 


7 709 


8 758 


482 




70 


62 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


- 


8 


2500- 


191 493 


62 




20.5 


50 + 


44 9 


34.9 


28.3 


23.0 


18.5 


15.9 


11.9 


10- 






50 + 




2 375 


452 


554 


252 


166 


337 


272 


163 


156 


23 


11 801 


14 661 


329 




607 


- 


- 


7 


42 


73 


168 


144 


150 


23 


25 912 


28 458 


- 




485 


- 


64 


85 


72 


164 


81 


19 


- 


- 


15 527 


15 774 


4 




354 


13 


91 


94 


43 


94 


19 


_ 


_ 


- 


11 941 


12 594 


20 




181 


21 


124 


26 


_ 


6 


4 


_ 


- 


- 


7 936 


8 401 


15 




162 


30 


107 


22 


3 


_ 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


6 386 


6 796 


22 




108 


64 


35 


3 


6 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


4 609 


5 405 


31 




444 


296 


133 


15 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


- 


4 251 


4 476 


209 




34 


28 


- 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


6 


- 


2500- 


7 201 


28 




16 1 


40.3 


24.9 


16.8 


12.8 


129 


10- 


10- 


10- 


10- 






43 5 



121-60 CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 



METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



Table B— 28. Income and Poverty Status in 1979 of Renter-Occupied Housing Units With a Black Householder: 
1980 



Cincinnati city 



Renter-occupied housing units 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER 

Married-couple families 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 yeors 

35 to 44 yeors 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Male householder, no wife present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 yeors 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Female householder, no husband present 

15 to 24 yeors 

25 to 34 yeors 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 yeors ond over 

Median age 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

1979 to March 1980 

1975 to 1978 

1970 to 1974 

I960 to 1969 

1959 or earlier 

PLUMBING FACILITIES BY PERSONS PER ROOM 

Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

0.50 or less -. 

0.51 to 1.00. 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

Lacking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

0.50 or less 

0.51 to 1.00 

1.01 to 1.50— 

1.51 or more 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

Heating equipment 

Central heoting system 

Air conditioning 

Central system 

Vehicles available 

1 

2 or more 

House heating fuel 

Utility gos 

Bottled, tank, or LP gas 

Electricity 

Fuel oil, kerosene, etc 

Other 

Median rooms 

Specified renter-occupied housing units 

CONTRACT RENT 

Less than $100 

$100 to $149 

$150 to $199 

$200 to $249 

$250 to $299 

$300 to $349 

$350 to $399 

$400 to $499 

$500 or more 

No cash rent 

Median 

GROSS RENT 

Less than $100 

$100 to $149 

$150 to $199 

$200 to $249 

$250 to $299 

$300 to $349 

$350 to $399 

$400 to $499 

$500 or more 

No cosh rent 

Medion 

GROSS RENT AS PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD 
INCOME IN 1979 

Less thon 15 percent 

15 to 19 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 to 49 percent 

50 percent or more 

Not computed 

Medion 



[Data are estimates bosed on 


a sample, see 


Introduction. 


For meaning 


of symbols. 


see Introduct 


on For definitions of terms, see append 


xes A ond B] 






Household income in 1979 




























Income in 








$10,000 


$12,500 


$15,000 


$20,000 


$25,000 


$35,000 








1979 below 




Less than 


$5,000 to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


to 


$50,000 or 


Median 


Mean 


poverty 


Total 


$5,000 


$9,999 


$12,499 


$14,999 


$19,999 


$24,999 


$34,999 


$49,999 


more 


(dollars) 


(dollors) 


level 


34 411 


14 178 


7 747 


3 344 


1 984 


3 499 


1 853 


1 421 


318 


67 


6 815 


9 184 


15 071 


6 739 


848 


1 488 


810 


605 


1 153 


843 


783 


183 


26 


13 424 


15 106 


1 285 


854 


121 


223 


92 


86 


184 


71 


77 


- 


- 


12 255 


12 999 


174 


2 HI 


171 


310 


284 


171 


376 


355 


378 


66 


- 


16 403 


17 000 


339 


1 052 


124 


168 


115 


84 


196 


172 


143 


40 


10 


15 994 


17 135 


240 


1 756 


216 


361 


214 


193 


299 


211 


185 


61 


16 


13 627 


15 758 


315 


966 


216 


426 


105 


71 


98 


34 


- 


16 


- 


7 620 


9 432 


217 


8 158 


2 977 


1 786 


819 


437 


1 113 


570 


328 


101 


27 


8 037 


10 001 


2 678 


1 255 


452 


325 


96 


90 


196 


59 


27 


10 


- 


7 451 


9 192 


476 


2 072 


343 


459 


326 


142 


420 


213 


139 


30 


- 


11 794 


12 806 


381 


1 144 


292 


212 


95 


77 


224 


128 


81 


25 


10 


11 789 


12 976 


273 


2 283 


925 


465 


250 


102 


253 


160 


75 


36 


17 


7 074 


9 574 


853 


1 404 


965 


325 


52 


26 


20 


10 


6 


_ 


_ 


4 062 


4 857 


695 


19 514 


10 353 


4 473 


1 715 


942 


1 233 


440 


310 


34 


14 


4 757 


6 798 


11 108 


3 512 


2 152 


778 


234 


115 


185 


22 


17 


9 


- 


4 205 


5 537 


2 327 


5 123 


2 094 


1 383 


689 


358 


375 


138 


80 


6 


- 


6 626 


7 855 


2 571 


2 544 


802 


714 


288 


183 


375 


no 


65 


7 


_ 


8 277 


9 489 


1 111 


5 069 


2 692 


1 178 


449 


242 


237 


131 


114 


12 


14 


4 712 


6 880 


2 848 


3 266 


2 613 


420 


55 


44 


61 


39 


34 


- 


- 


3 561 


4 272 


2 251 


39.5 


48.6 


38.5 


34.6 


35.7 


35.1 


36.5 


34.9 


39.6 


49.2 






42.7 


11 563 


4 680 


2 734 


1 176 


657 


1 207 


533 


463 


82 


31 


6 764 


8 980 


5 129 


11 924 


4 592 


2 736 


1 135 


805 


1 303 


663 


574 


102 


14 


7 438 


9 563 


5 130 


6 153 


2 788 


1 224 


643 


270 


607 


331 


222 


60 


8 


6 091 


8 901 


2 774 


3 543 


1 469 


787 


323 


173 


269 


309 


140 


59 


14 


6 822 


9 712 


1 446 


1 228 


649 


266 


67 


79 


113 


17 


22 


15 


- 


4 710 


7 328 


592 


33 364 


13 685 


7 551 


3 215 


1 971 


3 384 


1 818 


1 373 


306 


61 


6 838 


9 203 


14 543 


17 333 


8 381 


3 414 


1 641 


950 


1 577 


774 


439 


114 


43 


5 393 


8 159 


7 196 


12 975 


4 456 


3 392 


1 244 


810 


1 397 


800 


715 


149 


12 


7 847 


10 035 


5 698 


2 382 


647 


563 


249 


178 


309 


200 


192 


38 


6 


9 767 


11 964 


1 250 


674 


201 


182 


81 


33 


101 


44 


27 


5 


- 


8 777 


10 255 


399 


1 047 


493 


196 


129 


13 


115 


35 


48 


12 


6 


5 820 


8 597 


528 


412 


176 


99 


81 


13 


21 


6 


16 


- 


- 


6 415 


7 556 


170 


505 


271 


58 


48 


- 


77 


19 


21 


5 


6 


4 611 


8 824 


291 


87 


24 


34 


- 


- 


8 


10 


11 


- 


- 


8 424 


10 485 


45 


43 


22 


5 


~ 


- 


9 


~ 


- 


7 


- 


4 943 


12 095 


22 


34 345 


14 156 


7 728 


3 330 


1 984 


3 494 


1 847 


1 421 


318 


67 


6 814 


9 186 


15 043 


30 603 


12 228 


6 836 


3 034 


1 815 


3 224 


1 754 


1 352 


300 


60 


7 092 


9 436 


12 995 


11 697 


2 963 


2 415 


1 469 


992 


1 733 


1 105 


797 


193 


30 


10 801 


12 166 


2 936 


2 253 


670 


416 


254 


145 


293 


227 


171 


47 


30 


10 399 


12 623 


648 


16 097 


2 875 


3 317 


2 302 


1 477 


2 890 


1 650 


1 251 


291 


44 


12 016 


13 361 


3 412 


12 609 


2 543 


2 930 


1 934 


1 186 


2 255 


1 029 


599 


107 


26 


11 075 


11 920 


2 966 


3 488 


332 


387 


368 


291 


635 


621 


652 


184 


18 


18 022 


18 572 


446 


34 345 


14 156 


7 728 


3 330 


1 984 


3 494 


1 847 


1 421 


318 


67 


6 814 


9 186 


15 043 


26 798 


10 913 


6 150 


2 645 


1 554 


2 617 


1 505 


1 118 


265 


31 


6 854 


9 191 


11 644 


538 


192 


139 


68 


41 


46 


30 


15 


7 


- 


7 615 


9 089 


210 


5 754 


2 508 


1 140 


494 


301 


673 


294 


262 


46 


36 


6 624 


9 437 


2 568 


330 


114 


74 


26 


32 


62 


8 


14 


- 


- 


8 203 


9 548 


138 


925 


429 


225 


97 


56 


96 


10 


12 


- 


- 


5 692 


7 411 


483 


3.6 


3.2 


3.7 


3.8 


3.9 


3.9 


4.2 


4.2 


5.1 


4.0 






3.4 


33 557 


13 875 


7 582 


3 282 


1 909 


3 420 


1 735 


1 369 


318 


67 


6 770 


9 140 


14 710 


12 694 


8 807 


2 229 


541 


253 


455 


216 


143 


33 


17 


3 828 


5 293 


8 752 


9 606 


2 902 


3 021 


1 131 


611 


996 


476 


389 


66 


14 


7 975 


9 591 


3 494 


6 989 


1 532 


1 638 


1 076 


657 


1 169 


549 


303 


65 


- 


10 754 


11 452 


1 687 


2 970 


431 


536 


411 


297 


586 


308 


304 


73 


24 


13 401 


14 913 


553 


699 


64 


54 


104 


60 


114 


108 


168 


27 


- 


18 125 


18 460 


84 


182 


25 


24 


15 


22 


44 


31 


13 


8 


- 


16 389 


15 950 


35 


112 


4 


22 


_ 


9 


_ 


7 


38 


28 


4 


31 068 


28 159 


8 


26 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


18 


8 


37 859 


42 520 


- 


4 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


4 


- 


- 


- 


21 250 


20 005 


- 


275 


110 


58 


4 


- 


56 


36 


11 


- 


- 


7 882 


10 637 


97 


$120 


$79 


$123 


$149 


$155 


$160 


$162 


$168 


$196 


$228 






$84 


8 801 


6 921 


1 270 


258 


110 


151 


46 


27 


8 


10 


3 452 


4 094 


6 870 


6 505 


2 541 


2 133 


693 


331 


460 


193 


114 


19 


21 


6 454 


7 906 


2 873 


7 789 


2 211 


2 122 


854 


623 


1 133 


481 


315 


50 


- 


8 974 


10 293 


2 280 


5 560 


1 261 


1 126 


867 


482 


910 


464 


392 


58 


- 


11 133 


12 060 


1 468 


2 680 


534 


525 


327 


227 


398 


300 


268 


83 


18 


12 148 


14 142 


647 


1 074 


200 


193 


173 


53 


202 


98 


132 


17 


6 


12 081 


14 432 


276 


433 


70 


73 


46 


46 


45 


71 


57 


25 


- 


13 995 


16 398 


122 


380 


24 


61 


50 


29 


56 


42 


48 


58 


12 


16 757 


20 695 


51 


60 


3 


21 


10 


8 


9 


4 


5 


- 


- 


11 500 


12 517 


26 


275 


110 


58 


4 


- 


56 


36 


11 


- 


_ 


7 882 


10 637 


97 


$159 


$99 


$157 


$190 


$193 


$197 


$214 


$231 


$264 


$256 






$106 


7 342 


349 


1 025 


667 


552 


1 851 


1 298 


1 233 


300 


67 


17 801 


18 642 


705 


5 045 


1 018 


942 


774 


755 


1 105 


319 


114 


18 


- 


11 817 


11 684 


1 239 


4 413 


1 326 


1 422 


935 


359 


292 


68 


11 


- 


- 


8 322 


8 439 


1 484 


3 275 


1 314 


1 281 


464 


142 


64 


10 


- 


- 


- 


6 324 


6 714 


1 335 


2 228 


885 


997 


233 


71 


38 


4 


_ 


_ 


- 


5 931 


6 325 


992 


3 687 


2 194 


1 296 


162 


30 


5 


_ 


- 


_ 


_ 


4 391 


4 752 


2 231 


6 642 


6 029 


561 


43 


- 


9 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


2500- 


2 581 


5 977 


925 


760 


58 


4 


- 


56 


36 


11 


- 


- 


2500- 


3 159 


747 


24.5 


45.7 


26.5 


21 1 


17.7 


14.4 


12.3 


10- 


10- 


10- 






42.1 



METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 121-61 



Table B -29. Selected Monthly Owner Costs for Mortgaged Housing Units With a Black Householder: 1980 



[Dato ore estimates based on o sample, see Introduction. For meaning of symbols, see Introduction. For definitions of terms, see appendixes A and B] 



Cincinnati city 



Specified owner-occupied housing units 

PERSONS IN UNIT 

1 person 

2 persons 

3 persons 

4 persons 

5 persons 

6 persons 

7 persons 

8 or more persons 

Median 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER 

Married-couple families 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 yeors 

65 yeors and over 

Mole householder, no wife present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 yeors 

65 years ond over 

Female householder, no husband present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Median age 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

1979 to March 1980 

1975 to 1978 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1959 or earlier 

ROOMS 

1 to 3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 rooms 

8 or more rooms 

Median 

YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT 

1975 to March 1980 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1950 to 1959 

1940 to 1949 

1939 or earlier 

VALUE 

Less thon $10,000 

$10,000 to $19,999 

$20,000 to $29,999 

$30,000 to $39,999 

$40,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 to $59,999 

$60,000 to $79,999 

$80,000 to $99,999 

$100,000 to $149,999 

$150,000 or more 

Median 

SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS 
PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1979 

Less thon 15 percent 

15 to 19 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

Heating equipment 

Steom or hot water system 

Central warm-oir furnace or electric heat pump 

Other built-in electric units 

Floor, wall, or pipeless furnace 

Other means 

Air conditioning 

Central system 

1 or more individual room units 

House heating fuel 

Utility gas 

Bottled, tank, or LP gas 

Electricity 

Fuel oil, kerosene, etc. 

Other 





Less than 


$200 to 


$250 to 


$300 to 


$350 to 


$400 to 


$500 to 


$600 to 




Median 


Total 


$200 


$249 


$299 


$349 


$399 


$499 


$599 


$749 


$750 or more 


(dollars) 


7 157 


457 


903 


1 280 


1 243 


1 202 


1 213 


511 


256 


92 


338 


636 


107 


145 


115 


145 


63 


10 


20 


14 


17 


279 


1 792 


177 


348 


362 


237 


209 


234 


110 


94 


21 


302 


1 300 


60 


153 


285 


250 


221 


167 


98 


49 


17 


330 


1 401 


37 


144 


227 


241 


237 


355 


124 


36 


- 


361 


941 


35 


32 


141 


199 


207 


198 


74 


32 


23 


365 


454 


12 


29 


51 


74 


130 


98 


32 


28 


- 


373 


420 


21 


46 


71 


54 


64 


109 


38 


3 


14 


364 


213 


8 


6 


28 


43 


71 


42 


15 


- 


- 


365 


3.38 


2.19 


2.38 


3.07 


3.46 


3.96 


4.05 


3.72 


2.91 


2.97 




4 862 


210 


530 


882 


789 


822 


950 


429 


186 


64 


351 


63 


8 


- 


- 


19 


19 


12 


5 


- 


_ 


362 


620 


- 


6 


87 


74 


88 


213 


106 


46 


- 


427 


1 177 


10 


102 


167 


175 


222 


305 


99 


62 


35 


380 


2 435 


98 


309 


508 


443 


420 


366 


193 


78 


20 


334 


567 


94 


113 


120 


78 


73 


54 


26 


- 


9 


282 


582 


78 


79 


109 


108 


105 


30 


32 


22 


19 


312 


11 


- 


- 


- 


5 


- 


- 


6 


- 


- 


508 


54 


- 


- 


6 


7 


30 


- 


5 


6 


- 


373 


200 


29 


36 


39 


25 


24 


15 


5 


16 


11 


295 


229 


42 


7 


44 


56 


47 


15 


10 


_ 


8 


319 


88 


7 


36 


20 


15 


4 


- 


6 


- 


_ 


252 


1 713 


169 


294 


289 


346 


275 


233 


50 


48 


9 


315 


8 


- 


- 


- 


8 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


325 


185 


21 


23 


20 


59 


6 


39 


- 


8 


9 


324 


466 


37 


36 


73 


74 


120 


91 


21 


14 


_ 


355 


866 


70 


183 


182 


173 


122 


90 


23 


23 


_ 


299 


188 


41 


52 


14 


32 


27 


13 


6 


3 


_ 


254 


49.0 


55.6 


56.4 


51.2 


49.1 


48.0 


43.7 


45.8 


43.0 


43.1 




623 


14 


44 


15 


69 


84 


173 


135 


65 


24 


458 


1 433 


65 


60 


169 


183 


305 


410 


134 


93 


14 


389 


1 927 


97 


192 


366 


418 


331 


329 


117 


57 


20 


337 


2 731 


189 


514 


644 


500 


448 


261 


100 


41 


34, 


302 


443 


92 


93 


86 


73 


34 


40 


25 


- 


- 


271 


54 


22 


8 


6 




18 










231 


280 


54 


64 


61 


43 


24 


34 


- 


- 


- 


268 


1 585 


160 


388 


405 


221 


196 


135 


67 


13 


_ 


280 


2 155 


95 


237 


422 


437 


378 


378 


131 


66 


11 


337 


1 511 


82 


86 


218 


325 


311 


295 


120 


45 


29 


357 


1 572 


44 


120 


168 


217 


275 


371 


193 


132 


52 


393 


6.3 


5.5 


5.5 


5.9 


6.3 


6.5 


6.7 


7.0 


7.6 


7.8 




25 






8 






17 








463 


69 


7 


- 


7 


12 


16 


9 


18 


- 


- 


377 


528 


8 


48 


94 


75 


83 


109 


60 


31 


20 


373 


1 156 


31 


130 


163 


214 


194 


263 


97 


45 


19 


360 


1 743 


142 


143 


382 


307 


297 


299 


118 


47 


8 


333 


3 636 


269 


582 


626 


635 


612 


516 


218 


133 


45 


327 


57 


26 


6 


18 






7 








221 


729 


137 


187 


148 


114 


114 


23 


6 


- 


- 


264 


1 745 


112 


323 


342 


426 


254 


222 


49 


17 


- 


311 


1 830 


97 


229 


398 


375 


352 


248 


97 


28 


6 


325 


1 414 


51 


113 


265 


168 


267 


370 


143 


37 


- 


371 


683 


15 


37 


60 


118 


121 


171 


85 


53 


23 


396 


519 


19 


- 


36 


34 


77 


142 


83 


97 


31 


471 


137 


- 


8 


13 


2 


17 


24 


36 


18 


19 


513 


38 


_ 


_ 


_ 


6 


_ 


6 


12 


6 


8 


558 


5 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


5 


750 + 


$35 900 


$25 300 


$27 600 


$33 000 


$32 800 


$37 000 


$42 900 


$47 300 


$58 400 


$68 300 




1 952 


203 


366 


537 


367 


301 


145 


22 


6 


5 


288 


1 486 


77 


185 


260 


206 


303 


334 


96 


25 


- 


352 


1 006 


61 


100 


150 


178 


200 


181 


93 


32 


11 


353 


694 


29 


52 


128 


104 


82 


112 


137 


43 


7 


371 


554 


19 


27 


56 


90 


76 


166 


49 


71 


- 


405 


1 395 


68 


158 


142 


285 


232 


262 


107 


72 


69 


360 


70 


- 


15 


7 


13 


8 


13 


7 


7 


- 


350 


20.5 


16.7 


17.1 


16.9 


21.2 


19.9 


23.3 


26.5 


31.3 


50 + 




7 157 


457 


903 


1 280 


1 243 


1 202 


1 213 


511 


256 


92 


338 


840 


69 


90 


147 


182 


118 


107 


39 


66 


22 


331 


5 879 


329 


774 


1 071 


966 


1 026 


1 032 


436 


175 


70 


340 


12 


- 


6 


_ 


6 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


275 


206 


24 


12 


36 


48 


27 


30 


29 


- 


- 


332 


220 


35 


21 


26 


41 


31 


44 


7 


15 


- 


334 


4 385 


251 


558 


744 


704 


739 


766 


381 


174 


68 


345 


1 887 


76 


117 


281 


210 


364 


460 


218 


107 


54 


386 


2 498 


175 


441 


463 


494 


375 


306 


163 


67 


14 


317 


7 157 


457 


903 


1 280 


1 243 


1 202 


1 213 


511 


256 


92 


338 


6 766 


449 


835 


1 230 


1 151 


1 160 


1 148 


445 


256 


92 


338 


103 


- 


31 


17 


25 


17 


6 


7 


- 


- 


307 


182 


8 


18 


13 


33 


21 


36 


53 


- 


- 


395 


64 


- 


_ 


14 


23 


4 


23 


- 


- 


- 


339 


42 


- 


19 


6 


11 


- 


- 


6 


- 


- 


267 



121-62 CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 



METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



Table B —30. Selected Monthly Owner Costs for Not Mortgaged Housing Units With a Black Householder: 1980 



Cincinnati city 

Specified owner-occupied housing units 

PERSONS IN UNIT 

1 person 

2 persons 

3 persons - 

4 persons 

5 persons 

6 persons 

7 persons -- 

8 or more persons 

Median 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER 

Married-couple families 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years ond over 

Male householder, no wife present 

15 to 24 yeors 

25 to 34 yeors 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years ond over 

Female householder, no husband present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 yeors 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Median age 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

1979 to March 1980 

1975 to 1978 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1959 or earlier 

ROOMS 

1 to 3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 rooms 

8 or more rooms 

Medion 

YEAR STRUCTURE BUILT 

1975 to March 1980 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1950 to 1959 

1940 to 1949 

1939 or earlier 

VALUE 

Less thon $10.000 

$10 000 to $19.999 

$20,000 to $29,999 

$30,000 to $39.999 

$40,000 to $49.999 

$50,000 to $59,999 

$60,000 to $79.999 

$80,000 to $99,999 

$100,000 to $149,999 

$150,000 or more 

Median 

SELECTED MONTHLY OWNER COSTS AS 
PERCENTAGE OF HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1979 

Less thon 10 percent 

10 to 14 percent 

15 to 19 percent 

20 to 24 percent 

25 to 29 percent 

30 to 34 percent 

35 percent or more 

Not computed 

Median 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

Heating equipment 

Steam or hot water system 

Central warm-air furnace or electric heat pump 

Other built-in electric units 

Floor, wall, or pipeless furnoce 

Other means 

Air conditioning 

Central system. 

1 or more individual room units 

House heating fuel 

Utility gas 

8ottled, took, or LP gas 

Electricity 

Fuel oil, kerosene, etc, 

Other 



[Doto ore estimates based on a sample, see Introduction. For meaning 


cf symbols, see 


ntroduction. For definitions of terms, see oppendixe 


A ond B] 




Total 


Less than $50 


$50 to $74 


$75 to $99 


$100 to $124 


$125 to $149 


$150 to $199 


$200 to $249 


$250 or more 


Median (dollars) 


2 375 


10 


86 


214 


354 


535 


655 


321 


200 


149 


540 


10 


45 


120 


77 


135 


109 


30 


14 


128 


900 


- 


32 


62 


142 


234 


278 


96 


56 


148 


412 


- 


9 


9 


47 


81 


118 


113 


35 


175 


181 


- 


- 


7 


45 


19 


70 


10 


30 


164 


145 


- 


- 


6 


11 


34 


45 


33 


16 


174 


82 


- 


- 


- 


6 


18 


14 


16 


28 


209 


97 


- 


- 


10 


26 


14 


17 


23 


7 


147 


18 


_ 


- 


- 


_ 


_ 


4 


_ 


14 


250 + 


2.22 


1 00 


1.46 


1 39 


2.20 


2.07 


2.29 


281 


3.36 




1 278 


- 


28 


68 


206 


264 


402 


185 


125 


159 


40 


_ 


_ 


_ 


13 


15 


_ 


6 


6 


137 


62 


- 


- 


10 


9 


11 


19 


9 


4 


153 


524 


- 


- 


11 


77 


117 


180 


67 


72 


166 


652 


- 


28 


47 


107 


121 


203 


103 


43 


156 


304 


- 


26 


42 


51 


49 


82 


28 


26 


142 


37 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


11 


16 


10 


_ 


173 


4 


- 


4 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


63 


103 


- 


14 


20 


29 


7 


17 


9 


7 


115 


160 


- 


8 


22 


22 


31 


49 


9 


19 


148 


793 


10 


32 


104 


97 


222 


171 


108 


49 


142 


10 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


_ 


10 


250 + 


26 


- 


- 


- 


6 


- 


7 


_ 


13 


225 


378 


6 


- 


41 


42 


98 


93 


78 


20 


151 


379 


4 


32 


63 


49 


124 


71 


30 


6 


133 


65.0 


54.2 


70.8 


67.8 


65.1 


65.6 


64.8 


63.1 


60.7 




48 








22 


7 


5 


7 


7 


132 


179 


6 


- 


22 


14 


35 


41 


37 


24 


165 


206 


- 


18 


19 


25 


38 


70 


24 


12 


152 


742 


- 


24 


59 


78 


123 


282 


112 


64 


165 


1 200 


4 


44 


114 


215 


332 


257 


141 


93 


142 


61 




6 


21 


9 


5 


13 




7 


110 


181 


- 


32 


26 


22 


34 


46 


15 


6 


133 


663 


6 


30 


68 


127 


130 


187 


74 


41 


144 


753 


4 


6 


60 


122 


211 


228 


58 


64 


147 


329 


- 


- 


35 


53 


64 


81 


63 


33 


158 


388 


- 


12 


4 


21 


91 


100 


111 


49 


183 


5.9 


5.3 


4.7 


5.4 


5.7 


6.0 


5.9 


6.7 


6.2 




18 


6 










5 




7 


180 


16 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


9 


- 


7 


194 


67 


- 


7 


6 


- 


12 


25 


17 


- 


167 


217 


- 


- 


25 


36 


30 


89 


25 


12 


160 


357 


- 


6 


29 


42 


85 


123 


29 


43 


157 


1 700 


4 


73 


154 


276 


408 


404 


250 


131 


146 


143 


6 


11 


16 


29 


34 


17 


21 


9 


132 


564 


4 


13 


84 


90 


102 


165 


78 


28 


147 


641 


- 


35 


51 


129 


150 


131 


92 


53 


143 


525 


- 


20 


48 


80 


110 


186 


43 


38 


151 


282 


- 


7 


_ 


16 


80 


80 


56 


43 


174 


137 


_ 


_ 


15 


10 


38 


35 


20 


19 


158 


73 


- 


_ 


_ 


- 


21 


34 


8 


10 


173 


10 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


7 


3 


- 


186 


$27 000 


$10000- 


$24 000 


$21 200 


$24 300 


$28 500 


$31 100 


$27 500 


$32 500 




607 




33 


50 


126 


128 


172 


66 


32 


143 


485 


- 


10 


44 


83 


106 


140 


70 


32 


150 


354 


4 


_ 


31 


44 


80 


74 


84 


37 


162 


181 


- 


11 


13 


30 


39 


65 


13 


10 


148 


162 


- 


12 


11 


17 


50 


47 


13 


12 


145 


108 


- 


6 


24 


21 


34 


11 


3 


9 


127 


444 


- 


14 


32 


25 


98 


143 


64 


68 


169 


34 


6 


- 


9 


8 


- 


3 


8 


- 


106 


16.1 


17.5 


17.0 


16.4 


128 


17.1 


15.9 


16 2 


19.9 




2 375 


10 


86 


214 


354 


535 


655 


321 


200 


149 


279 


- 


9 


33 


61 


54 


91 


25 


6 


142 


1 861 


4 


50 


175 


245 


460 


506 


244 


177 


150 


18 


- 


- 


- 


10 


- 


- 


8 


- 


122 


45 


- 


6 


- 


13 


8 


- 


18 


- 


136 


172 


6 


21 


6 


25 


13 


58 


26 


17 


163 


1 209 


4 


20 


66 


200 


265 


377 


177 


100 


157 


476 


- 


_ 


6 


68 


114 


163 


90 


35 


165 


733 


4 


20 


60 


132 


151 


214 


87 


65 


150 


2 375 


10 


86 


214 


354 


535 


655 


321 


200 


149 


2 196 


10 


72 


214 


319 


497 


603 


288 


193 


149 


8 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


- 


- 


8 


- 


225 


63 


- 


_ 


_ 


10 


15 


23 


8 


7 


164 


65 


- 


6 


- 


5 


20 


25 


9 


- 


153 


43 


- 


8 


- 


20 


3 


4 


8 


- 


117 



METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 121-63 



Table B— 31. Year Structure Built for Owner- and Renter-Occupied Housing Units With a Black Householder: 1980 



[Data ore estimates based on a sample, see Introduction. For meaning of symbols, see Introduction. For definitions of terms, see appendixes A and B] 



Cincinnati city 



Occupied housing units 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER 

Married-couple families 

15 to 24 yeors 

25 to 34 yeors 

35 to 44 yeors 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Male householder, no wWe present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 yeors 

45 to 64 yeors 

65 years and over 

Female householder, no husband present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 yeors 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

Median age 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

1979 to March 1980 

1975 to 1978 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1959 or earlier 

ROOMS 

1 room 

2 rooms 

3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 or more rooms 

Median 

PLUMBING FACILITIES BY PERSONS PER ROOM 

Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

0.50 or less 

0.51 to 1.00 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

Lacking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

0.50 or less 

0.51 to 1.00 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

PERSONS IN UNIT 

1 person 

2 persons 

3 persons 

4 persons 

5 persons 

6 or more persons 

Median 

Total persons 

UNITS IN STRUCTURE 

1, detoched or attached 

2 

3 and 4 

5 to 9 

10 to 49 

50 or more 

Mobile home or trailer, etc. 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

Heating equipment 

Steam or hot water system 

Central warm-air furnace or electric heat pump 

Other built-in electric units 

Floor, wall, or pipeless furnace 

Other means 

Air conditioning 

Central system 

1 or more individual room units 

House heating fuel 

Utility gos 

Bottled, tank, or LP gos 

Electricity 

Fuel oil, kerosene, etc 

Other 

Income in 1979 below poverty level 

Percent below poverty level 

HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1979 

Less than $5,000 

$5 000 to $9,999 

$10,000 to $12,499 

$12,500 to $14,999 

$15,000 to $19,999 

$20,000 to $24,999 

$25,000 to $34,999 

$35,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 or more 

Median 

Mean 





Owner-occupied ho 


using units 






Renter-occupied housing units 




1975 to 


1970 to 


1960 to 


1940 to 


1939 or 




1975 to 


1970 to 


1960 to 


1940 to 


1939 or 


Totol 


March 1980 


1974 


1969 


1959 


earlier 


Total 


March 1980 


1974 


1969 


1959 


earlier 


13 449 


70 


133 


773 


4 440 


8 033 


34 411 


888 


2 744 


6 747 


11 498 


12 534 


8 115 


50 


66 


539 


2 746 


4 714 


6 739 


149 


608 


1 458 


2 224 


2 300 


86 


- 


- 


13 


39 


34 


854 


29 


107 


236 


299 


183 


887 


22 


12 


93 


375 


385 


2 111 


74 


302 


534 


750 


451 


1 481 


16 


20 


150 


644 


651 


1 052 


6 


67 


282 


378 


319 


4 007 


12 


34 


247 


1 262 


2 452 


1 756 


33 


98 


261 


502 


862 


1 654 


- 


- 


36 


426 


1 192 


966 


7 


34 


145 


295 


485 


1 433 


_ 


35 


61 


439 


898 


8 158 


273 


667 


1 457 


2 263 


3 498 


30 


- 


- 


11 


5 


14 


1 255 


61 


93 


285 


375 


441 


169 


- 


5 


7 


76 


81 


2 072 


101 


278 


498 


637 


558 


310 


- 


5 


22 


121 


162 


1 144 


30 


86 


235 


312 


481 


542 


- 


20 


5 


151 


366 


2 283 


55 


95 


279 


591 


1 263 


382 


- 


5 


16 


86 


275 


1 404 


26 


115 


160 


348 


755 


3 901 


20 


32 


173 


1 255 


2 421 


19 514 


466 


1 469 


3 832 


7 Oil 


6 736 


34 


- 


- 


- 


6 


28 


3 512 


98 


303 


825 


1 471 


815 


288 


- 


14 


29 


159 


86 


5 123 


130 


309 


1 214 


2 135 


1 335 


695 


- 


12 


31 


342 


310 


2 544 


56 


148 


520 


937 


883 


1 799 


20 


6 


102 


509 


1 162 


5 069 


63 


322 


779 


1 663 


2 242 


1 085 


- 


- 


11 


239 


835 


3 266 


119 


387 


494 


805 


1 461 


53.4 


43.6 


44.6 


46.4 


49.2 


56.4 


39.5 


32.4 


34.7 


33.6 


35.5 


, 49.0 


955 


30 


12 


73 


411 


429 


11 563 


532 


873 


2 564 


3 942 


3 652 


2 290 


40 


58 


162 


897 


1 133 


11 924 


356 


1 188 


2 325 


4 150 


3 905 


2 810 


- 


63 


195 


1 153 


1 399 


6 153 


— 


683 


1 126 


1 874 


2 470 


4 661 


- 


- 


343 


1 478 


2 840 


3 543 


— 


- 


732 


1 104 


1 707 


2 733 


- 


- 


- 


501 


2 232 


1 228 


- 


- 


- 


428 


800 


11 










11 


1 248 


16 


56 


281 


327 


568 


44 


- 


- 


5 


6 


33 


4 033 


154 


365 


778 


860 


1 876 


603 


- 


8 


14 


126 


455 


11 111 


356 


1 051 


2 190 


3 563 


3 951 


1 190 


5 


20 


45 


264 


856 


10 531 


268 


798 


2 374 


3 738 


3 353 


3 202 


28 


12 


181 


1 205 


1 776 


4 952 


80 


338 


814 


1 975 


1 745 


3 520 


11 


35 


181 


1 309 


1 984 


1 617 


14 


76 


217 


673 


637 


4 879 


26 


58 


347 


1 530 


2 918 


919 


- 


60 


93 


362 


404 


6.0 


5.7 


6.3 


6.3 


6.0 


5.9 


3.6 


3.3 


3.4 


3.6 


3.8 


3.5 


13 213 


70 


128 


768 


4 365 


7 882 


33 364 


852 


2 648 


6 598 


11 261 


12 005 


7 853 


34 


64 


401 


2 376 


4 978 


17 333 


535 


1 602 


3 390 


5 066 


6 740 


4 626 


36 


48 


355 


1 717 


2 470 


12 975 


272 


919 


2 618 


4 921 


4 245 


624 


- 


16 


7 


230 


371 


2 382 


21 


116 


435 


1 028 


782 


110 


- 


- 


5 


42 


63 


674 


24 


11 


155 


246 


238 


236 


- 


5 


5 


75 


151 


1 047 


36 


96 


149 


237 


529 


108 


- 


5 


- 


31 


72 


412 


19 


61 


87 


86 


159 


112 


- 


- 


5 


28 


79 


505 


10 


24 


51 


114 


306 


16 


- 


- 


- 


16 


- 


87 


7 


11 


11 


24 


34 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


43 


' 


- 


- 


13 


30 


2 046 


6 


9 


56 


600 


1 375 


14 047 


431 


1 359 


2 749 


3 700 


5 808 


3 773 


13 


49 


214 


1 071 


2 426 


7 718 


242 


561 


1 553 


2 736 


2 626 


2 340 


15 


13 


142 


830 


1 340 


5 140 


114 


412 


1 132 


1 867 


1 615 


2 147 


19 


28 


144 


861 


1 095 


3 463 


55 


188 


685 


1 423 


1 112 


1 353 


11 


18 


143 


484 


697 


2 078 


28 


143 


302 


928 


677 


1 790 


6 


16 


74 


594 


1 100 


1 965 


18 


81 


326 


844 


696 


2.89 


3 55 


3 15 


3.32 


3.16 


2.66 


1.91 


1.55 


1.52 


1.90 


2.25 


1.67 


46 111 


282 


491 


2 808 


15 336 


27 194 


81 654 


1 729 


5 710 


15 516 


30 445 


28 254 


10 241 


43 


105 


663 


3 715 


5 715 


3 982 


27 


133 


892 


1 882 


1 048 


1 930 


13 


6 


43 


440 


1 428 


3 211 


41 


45 


171 


1 109 


1 845 


829 


_ 


9 


15 


177 


628 


6 328 


74 


152 


571 


2 328 


3 203 


208 


6 


_ 


28 


43 


131 


7 376 


180 


352 


1 198 


2 685 


2 961 


198 


8 


_ 


16 


65 


109 


10 176 


416 


1 336 


2 889 


2 885 


2 650 


30 


_ 


8 


8 


_ 


14 


3 270 


150 


720 


1 on 


584 


805 


13 


- 


5 


- 


- 


8 


68 


- 


6 


15 


25 


22 


13 446 


70 


133 


773 


4 440 


8 030 


34 345 


882 


2 744 


6 747 


11 484 


12 488 


1 740 


- 


4 


63 


555 


1 118 


12 564 


203 


697 


2 074 


4 878 


4 712 


10 438 


64 


102 


649 


3 531 


6 092 


13 705 


447 


1 291 


3 368 


4 368 


4 231 


76 


_ 


8 


8 


35 


25 


2 882 


146 


623 


667 


865 


581 


432 


_ 


6 


20 


156 


250 


1 452 


18 


89 


368 


483 


494 


760 


6 


13 


33 


163 


545 


3 742 


68 


44 


270 


890 


2 470 


7 472 


42 


87 


591 


2 785 


3 967 


11 697 


571 


1 720 


3 614 


3 238 


2 554 


2 788 


32 


70 


415 


1 323 


948 


2 253 


270 


694 


641 


368 


280 


4 684 


10 


17 


176 


1 462 


3 019 


9 444 


301 


1 026 


2 973 


2 870 


2 274 


13 44b 


70 


133 


773 


4 440 


8 030 


34 345 


882 


2 744 


6 747 


11 484 


12 488 


12 603 


37 


103 


697 


4 178 


7 588 


26 798 


412 


1 398 


4 824 


9 546 


10 618 


160 


5 


- 


6 


58 


91 


538 


6 


42 


113 


158 


219 


360 


22 


30 


58 


137 


113 


5 754 


407 


1 207 


1 635 


1 367 


1 138 


191 


6 


_ 


6 


47 


132 


330 


45 


50 


24 


101 


110 


132 


- 


_ 


6 


20 


106 


925 


12 


47 


151 


312 


403 


1 506 


6 


5 


56 


392 


1 047 


15 071 


325 


1 067 


2 393 


5 244 


6 042 


11 2 


8.6 


3.8 


7,2 


8.8 


13.0 


43.8 


36.6 


38.9 


35.5 


45.6 


48.2 


1 539 




5 


45 


377 


1 112 


14 178 


333 


1 070 


2 302 


4 520 


5 953 


1 909 


9 


5 


49 


459 


1 387 


7 747 


169 


491 


1 526 


2 702 


2 859 


1 107 


- 


33 


41 


313 


720 


3 344 


66 


278 


676 


1 237 


1 087 


1 050 


6 


5 


64 


337 


638 


1 984 


68 


163 


490 


654 


609 


2 115 


13 


28 


132 


770 


1 172 


3 499 


93 


318 


846 


1 197 


1 045 


1 867 


18 


11 


109 


701 


1 028 


1 853 


80 


187 


477 


685 


424 


2 266 


10 


21 


198 


938 


1 099 


1 421 


42 


177 


378 


398 


426 


1 380 


14 


21 


125 


458 


762 


318 


22 


46 


52 


83 


115 


216 


- 


4 


10 


87 


115 


67 


15 


14 


- 


22 


16 


$17 681 


$22 885 


$17 841 


$22 040 


$19 761 


$15 734 


$6 815 


$8 274 


$7 919 


$8 393 


$7 046 


$5 524 


$20 516 


$23 646 


$21 574 


$22 835 


$24 054 


$18 292 


$9 184 


$11 489 


$10 560 


$10 285 


$9 195 


$8 118 



121-64 CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 



METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



Table B — 32. Units in Structure for Owner- and Renter-Occupied Housing Units With a Black Householder: 1980 



[Data are estimates based on o sample, see Introduction For meaning of symbols, see Introduction. For definitions of terms, see appendixes A and B) 



Cincinnati city 



Occupied housing units 

Condominium housing units 

HOUSEHOLD TYPE AND AGE OF HOUSEHOLDER 

Married-couple families 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years ond over 

Mole householder, no wife present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 years 

45 to 64 years 

65 years and over 

female householder, no husband present 

15 to 24 years 

25 to 34 years 

35 to 44 yeors 

45 to 64 years 

65 yeors and over 

Median age 

YEAR HOUSEHOLDER MOVED INTO UNIT 

1979 to March 1980 

1975 to 1978 

1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 

1959 or earlier 

ROOMS 

1 room 

2 rooms 

3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 or more rooms 

Median 

PLUMBING FACILITIES BY PERSONS PER ROOM 
Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

0.50 or less 

0.51 to 1.00 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

Locking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

50 or less 

0.51 to 1.00 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

BEDROOMS 

None 

1 

2 

3 

4 

5 or more 

HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1979 

Less than $5,000 

$5,000 to $9,999 

$10,000 to $12,499 

$12,500 to $14,999 

$15,000 to $19,999 

$20,000 to $24,999 

$25,000 to $34,999 

$35,000 to $49,999 

$50,000 or more 

Median 

Mean 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

Heating equipment 

Steam or hot water system 

Central worm-air furnace or electric heat pump 

Other built-in electric units 

Floor, woll. or pipeless furnoce 

Other means 

Air conditioning 

Central system 

Vehicles available 

1 

2 or more 

House heating fuel 

Utility gas 

Bottled, tank, or LP gas 

Electricity 

Fuel oil, kerosene, etc. 

Other 

Water heating fuel 

Utility gas 

Bottled, tank, or LP gas 

Electricity 

Fuel oil, kerosene, etc. 

Other 

Family householder 

With own children under 18 years 

With own children under 6 years 

Female householder, no husband present 

With own children under 18 years 

With own children under 6 years 

Nonfamily householder 

Income in 1979 below poverty level 

Percent below poverty level 



Owner-occupied housing units 


Renter-occupied housing units 




1 unit, 




Mobile 




1 unit. 












Mobile 




detached or 


2 or more 


home or 




detached or 




3 and 4 




10 to 49 


50 or more 


home or 


Total 


attached 


units 


trailer, etc. 


Total 


attached 


2 units 


units 


5 to 9 units 


units 


units 


trailer, etc. 


13 449 


10 241 


3 195 


13 


34 411 


3 982 


3 211 


6 328 


7 376 


10 176 


3 270 


68 


40 


27 


13 


- 


607 


161 


10 


27 


134 


185 


90 


- 


8 US 


6 613 


1 497 


5 


6 739 


1 205 


895 


1 383 


1 159 


1 640 


450 


7 


86 


67 


19 


- 


854 


68 


54 


133 


188 


309 


102 


- 


887 


748 


139 


- 


2 111 


360 


226 


412 


387 


598 


121 


7 


1 481 


1 327 


154 


— 


1 052 


302 


131 


155 


134 


297 


33 


- 


4 007 


3 185 


817 


5 


1 756 


339 


282 


470 


256 


306 


103 


- 


1 654 


1 286 


368 


- 


966 


136 


202 


213 


194 


130 


91 


_ 


1 433 


923 


502 


8 


8 158 


435 


609 


1 536 


1 848 


2 804 


904 


22 


30 


11 


11 


8 


1 255 


63 


73 


226 


272 


517 


94 


10 


169 


108 


61 


- 


2 072 


155 


84 


406 


457 


789 


181 


_ 


310 


212 


98 


- 


1 144 


51 


107 


235 


198 


495 


58 


- 


542 


341 


201 


- 


2 283 


104 


198 


420 


607 


706 


241 


7 


382 


251 


131 


- 


1 404 


62 


147 


249 


314 


297 


330 


5 


3 901 


2 705 


1 196 


- 


19 514 


2 342 


1 707 


3 409 


4 369 


5 732 


1 916 


39 


34 


8 


26 


- 


3 512 


363 


223 


580 


929 


1 173 


244 


_ 


288 


207 


81 


- 


5 123 


772 


435 


833 


1 101 


1 782 


200 


- 


695 


562 


133 


- 


2 544 


428 


186 


429 


642 


716 


143 


- 


1 799 


1 325 


474 


- 


5 069 


579 


515 


945 


1 215 


1 283 


514 


18 


1 085 


603 


482 


- 


3 266 


200 


348 


622 


482 


778 


815 


21 


S3.4 


52.3 


57.4 


24.1 


39.5 


37.5 


46.6 


42.0 


38.9 


34.7 


57.7 


63.4 


955 


713 


242 


_ 


11 563 


1 232 


929 


2 088 


2 473 


3 817 


1 024 


_ 


2 290 


1 782 


508 


- 


11 924 


1 288 


959 


2 198 


2 383 


3 783 


1 264 


49 


2 810 


2 307 


498 


5 


6 153 


681 


584 


1 063 


1 428 


1 653 


725 


19 


4 661 


3 702 


951 


8 


3 543 


590 


530 


731 


739 


732 


221 


_ 


2 733 


1 737 


996 


- 


1 228 


191 


209 


248 


353 


191 


36 


- 


11 


_ 


11 


_ 


1 248 


25 


27 


99 


281 


455 


361 


_ 


44 


6 


38 


- 


4 033 


59 


84 


483 


1 288 


1 497 


587 


35 


603 


112 


491 


- 


11 111 


338 


742 


2 280 


2 288 


3 924 


1 513 


26 


1 190 


503 


679 


8 


10 531 


1 371 


1 231 


2 147 


2 245 


2 910 


620 


7 


3 202 


2 398 


804 


- 


4 952 


1 021 


681 


969 


1 006 


1 105 


170 


_ 


3 520 


3 132 


383 


5 


1 617 


658 


252 


227 


217 


244 


19 


_ 


4 879 


4 090 


789 


- 


919 


510 


194 


123 


51 


41 


- 


_ 


6.0 


6.2 


5.0 


4.3 


3.6 


4.7 


4.1 


3.6 


3.4 


3.3 


3.0 


2.5 


13 213 


10 200 


3 005 


8 


33 364 


3 955 


3 103 


6 170 


7 067 


9 834 


3 167 


68 


7 853 


5 964 


1 889 


- 


17 333 


1 320 


1 688 


3 379 


3 367 


5 430 


2 105 


44 


4 626 


3 726 


892 


8 


12 975 


2 007 


1 143 


2 306 


2 856 


3 680 


959 


24 


624 


443 


181 


- 


2 382 


560 


215 


387 


574 


588 


58 


- 


110 


67 


43 


- 


674 


68 


57 


98 


270 


136 


45 


_ 


236 


41 


190 


5 


1 047 


27 


108 


158 


309 


342 


103 


_ 


108 


12 


91 


5 


412 


- 


34 


54 


123 


167 


34 


- 


112 


19 


93 


- 


505 


27 


46 


80 


150 


140 


62 


_ 


16 


10 


6 


- 


87 


- 


12 


10 


23 


35 


7 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


43 


- 


16 


14 


13 


- 


- 


- 


11 


_ 


11 


_ 


1 567 


33 


35 


106 


358 


581 


444 


10 


1 186 


286 


892 


8 


15 634 


440 


1 149 


3 146 


3 453 


5 384 


2 016 


46 


3 867 


2 787 


1 080 


- 


12 074 


1 659 


1 477 


2 386 


2 528 


3 317 


695 


12 


5 345 


4 712 


628 


5 


3 879 


1 263 


371 


530 


827 


792 


96 


_ 


2 199 


1 821 


378 


- 


996 


483 


119 


101 


172 


102 


19 


- 


841 


635 


206 


- 


261 


104 


60 


59 


38 


- 


- 


- 


1 539 


987 


547 


5 


14 178 


1 259 


1 102 


2 330 


3 539 


3 861 


2 070 


17 


1 909 


1 260 


641 


8 


7 747 


831 


801 


1 499 


1 792 


2 287 


506 


31 


1 107 


801 


306 


- 


3 344 


403 


332 


723 


576 


1 100 


210 


- 


1 050 


760 


290 


- 


1 984 


313 


207 


370 


347 


650 


97 


- 


2 115 


1 748 


367 


- 


3 499 


501 


373 


681 


583 


1 199 


162 


- 


1 867 


1 497 


370 


- 


1 853 


363 


229 


357 


263 


534 


94 


13 


2 266 


1 826 


440 


- 


1 421 


256 


137 


246 


229 


430 


116 


7 


1 380 


1 183 


197 


- 


318 


56 


30 


116 


30 


79 


7 


- 


216 


179 


37 


- 


67 


- 


- 


6 


17 


36 


8 


- 


$17 681 


$18 728 


$13 392 


$5 469 


$6 815 


$9 373 


$7 683 


$7 777 


$5 394 


$7 466 


$4 122 


$6 371 


$20 516 


$21 901 


$16 145 


$3 120 


$9 184 


$11 255 


$9 891 


$9 853 


$7 781 


$9 592 


$6 543 


$10 703 


13 446 


10 241 


3 192 


13 


34 345 


3 982 


3 205 


6 321 


7 343 


10 156 


3 270 


68 


1 740 


1 177 


563 


- 


12 564 


676 


510 


2 270 


2 969 


4 897 


1 216 


26 


10 438 


8 281 


2 152 


5 


13 705 


2 529 


1 922 


2 428 


2 230 


3 168 


1 414 


14 


76 


35 


41 


- 


2 882 


182 


64 


350 


573 


1 210 


483 


20 


432 


289 


143 


- 


1 452 


222 


152 


233 


378 


374 


93 


- 


760 


459 


293 


8 


3 742 


373 


557 


1 040 


1 193 


507 


64 


8 


7 472 


5 992 


1 480 


_ 


11 697 


1 057 


833 


1 951 


1 717 


4 651 


1 470 


18 


2 788 


2 494 


294 


- 


2 253 


121 


181 


201 


279 


829 


635 


7 


11 491 


9 004 


2 474 


13 


16 097 


2 236 


1 729 


3 335 


2 635 


4 998 


1 150 


14 


5 183 


3 871 


1 304 


8 


12 609 


1 597 


1 281 


2 593 


2 154 


4 072 


912 


- 


6 308 


5 133 


1 170 


5 


3 488 


639 


448 


742 


481 


926 


238 


14 


13 446 


10 241 


3 192 


13 


34 345 


3 982 


3 205 


6 321 


7 343 


10 156 


3 270 


68 


12 603 


9 630 


2 960 


13 


26 798 


3 524 


2 936 


5 453 


5 776 


7 111 


1 955 


43 


160 


116 


44 


- 


538 


59 


64 


117 


108 


157 


28 


5 


360 


265 


95 


- 


5 754 


347 


141 


639 


1 175 


2 375 


1 057 


20 


191 


145 


46 


- 


330 


24 


50 


29 


45 


83 


99 


- 


132 


85 


47 


- 


925 


28 


14 


83 


239 


430 


131 


- 


13 435 


10 227 


3 195 


13 


34 252 


3 966 


3 205 


6 315 


7 315 


10 128 


3 255 


68 


12 737 


9 696 


3 028 


13 


26 757 


3 513 


2 904 


5 429 


5 806 


7 066 


1 993 


46 


297 


211 


86 


- 


1 114 


190 


134 


169 


207 


383 


31 


- 


401 


320 


81 


- 


5 814 


234 


138 


667 


1 168 


2 472 


1 113 


22 


- 


- 


- 


- 


150 


5 


15 


13 


12 


37 


68 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


417 


24 


14 


37 


122 


170 


50 


- 


11 070 


8 820 


2 237 


13 


19 124 


3 317 


2 070 


3 493 


4 307 


4 963 


950 


24 


5 203 


4 402 


801 


- 


13 358 


2 633 


1 209 


2 258 


3 140 


3 544 


567 


7 


1 495 


1 208 


287 


- 


6 985 


1 185 


541 


1 247 


1 683 


1 967 


355 


7 


2 464 


1 840 


624 


_ 


11 243 


1 952 


1 045 


1 918 


2 913 


2 967 


438 


10 


1 258 


1 001 


257 


- 


8 981 


1 632 


752 


1 445 


2 341 


2 454 


357 


- 


240 


148 


92 


- 


4 503 


750 


306 


761 


1 223 


1 274 


189 


- 


2 379 


1 421 


958 


_ 


15 287 


665 


1 141 


2 835 


3 069 


5 213 


2 320 


44 


1 506 


1 on 


490 


5 


15 071 


1 621 


1 212 


2 436 


3 917 


4 026 


1 842 


17 


11.2 


9,9 


15.3 


38.5 


43.8 


40 7 


37 7 


38 5 


53 1 


39.6 


56.3 


25 



METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 121-65 



Table B— 33. Owner- and Renter-Occupied Housing Units With a Black Householder by Size of Household: 1980 

[Dato are estimates based on a sample, see Introduction. For meaning of symbols, see Introduction. For definitions of terms, see appendixes A and B] 

Cincinnati city 

Owner-occupied housing units 

Nonrelatives present 

ROOMS 

1 to 3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 rooms 

8 or more rooms 

Median 

PLUMBING FACILITIES BY PERSONS PER ROOM 
Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1.00 or less 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

Lacking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1.00 or less 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

UNITS IN STRUCTURE 

1, detached or attached 

2 or more 

Mobile home or trailer, etc. 

VALUE 

Specified owner-occupied housing units 

Less thon $10.000 

$10,000 to $19,999 

$20,000 to $29,999 

$30,000 to $39,999 

$40,000 to $49.999 

$50,000 to $59,999 

$60,000 to $79,999 

$80,000 to $99,999 

$100,000 to $149,999 

$150,000 or more 

Median 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

All income levels in 1979 

Median income 

Median selected monthly owner costs as percentage of 

household income 

With a mortgage 

Not mortgaged 

Income in 1979 below poverty level 

Median income 

Median selected monthly owner costs as percentage of 

household income 

With o mortgage 

Not mortgaged 

Renter-occupied housing units 

Nonrelatives present 

ROOMS 

1 room 

2 rooms 

3 rooms 

4 rooms 

5 rooms 

6 rooms 

7 or more rooms 

Median 

PLUMBING FACILITIES BY PERSONS PER ROOM 
Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1.00 or less 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

Lacking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

1.00 or less 

1.01 to 1.50 

1.51 or more 

UNITS IN STRUCTURE 

1. detached or attached 

2 

3 ond 4 

5 to 9 

10 to 49 

50 or more 

Mobile home or trailer, etc. 

GROSS RENT 

Specified renter-occupied housing units 

Less thon $100 

$100 to $149 

$150 to $199 

$200 to $249 

$250 to $299 

$300 to $349 

$350 to $399 

$400 to $499 

$500 or more 

No cash rent 

Median 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

All income levels in 1979 

Median income 

Median gross rent os percentage of household income _ 

Income in 1979 below poverty level 

Medion income 

Median gross rent as percentage of household income _ 



















8 or more 






Total 


1 person 


2 persons 


3 persons 


4 persons 


5 persons 


6 persons 


7 persons 


persons 


Median 


Totol persons 


13 449 


2 046 


3 773 


2 340 


2 147 


1 353 


742 


680 


368 


2.89 


46 111 


882 


- 


262 


171 


146 


101 


73 


99 


30 


3.55 


3 545 


658 


325 


169 


53 


53 


29 


12 


5 


12 


1.52 


1 566 


1 190 


362 


545 


150 


82 


36 


5 


10 


- 


1.93 


2 849 


3 202 


673 


1 142 


559 


428 


218 


101 


59 


22 


2.31 


8 700 


3 520 


334 


1 005 


738 


658 


323 


229 


162 


71 


3.07 


12 360 


2 164 


192 


535 


355 


401 


319 


118 


169 


75 


3.50 


8 084 


2 715 


160 


377 


485 


525 


428 


277 


275 


188 


4.14 


12 552 


6,0 


5.0 


5.5 


6.1 


6.3 


6.7 


6.7 


7.1 


7.5 






13 213 


1 981 


3 714 


2 320 


2 102 


1 353 


729 


662 


352 


2.89 


45 273 


12 479 


1 981 


3 714 


2 309 


2 049 


1 288 


611 


426 


101 


2.74 


39 655 


624 


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50 


36 


106 


221 


200 


6.99 


4 900 


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29 


12 


15 


51 


7.23 


718 


236 


65 


59 


20 


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13 


18 


16 


2.40 


838 


220 


65 


59 


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45 


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13 


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103 


10 241 


1 222 


2 847 


1 864 


1 694 


1 172 


592 


586 


264 


3.06 


34 651 


3 195 


824 


921 


468 


453 


181 


150 


94 


104 


2.34 


11 406 


13 


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5 


8 


- 


- 


- 


- 


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2.69 


54 


9 532 


1 176 


2 692 


1 712 


1 582 


1 086 


536 


517 


231 


3.02 


31 270 


200 


68 


61 


11 


7 


33 


13 


7 


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2 02 


574 


1 293 


244 


453 


230 


91 


92 


43 


104 


36 


2.39 


3 840 


2 386 


367 


701 


354 


356 


286 


136 


99 


87 


2.85 


7 242 


2 355 


219 


619 


474 


432 


225 


220 


103 


63 


3.22 


7 949 


1 696 


92 


435 


386 


357 


222 


62 


110 


32 


3.33 


6 142 


820 


109 


201 


138 


181 


100 


39 


45 


7 


3.22 


2 903 


592 


59 


189 


87 


127 


60 


23 


41 


6 


3.05 


1 867 


147 


18 


27 


26 


31 


43 


- 


2 


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3.58 


563 


38 


- 


6 


6 


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20 


- 


6 


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4.85 


161 


5 


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29 


$33 800 


$26 700 


$32 100 


$35 900 


$37 600 


$35 700 


$33 800 


$34 300 


$28 800 






13 449 


2 046 


3 773 


2 340 


2 147 


1 353 


742 


680 


368 


2.89 


46 111 


$17 681 


$7 108 


$15 035 


$19 085 


$23 227 


$23 121 


$21 009 


$23 393 


$24 773 






19.5 


31.6 


20.5 


18.3 


17.6 


18.1 


19.8 


16.2 


20.9 






20.5 


30.5 


21.6 


20.7 


18.3 


19.2 


21.9 


17.7 


21.8 






16.1 


33.0 


17.7 


12.4 


11.6 


11.5 


16.1 


10- 


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1 506 


448 


378 


151 


136 


108 


129 


82 


74 


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$2 964 


$3 223 


$3 377 


$3 191 


$5 000 


$6 434 


$7 206 


$7 692 






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50 + 


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40.7 


48.8 


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22.5 


49.4 


32.5 


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34 411 


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5 140 


3 463 


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625 


356 


1.91 


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145 


129 


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2.76 


7 932 


1 248 


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29 


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1.09 


1 574 


4 033 


3 145 


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117 


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5 406 


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10 531 


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3 089 


2 640 


1 681 


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27 674 


4 952 


602 


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782 


452 


198 


91 


3.38 


17 380 


1 617 


146 


184 


229 


259 


290 


215 


209 


85 


4.46 


7 455 


919 


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121 


178 


156 


74 


121 


172 


4.91 


4 620 


3.6 


2.9 


3.7 


4.0 


4.2 


4.7 


5.1 


5.6 


6.4 






33 364 


13 581 


7 485 


5 004 


3 349 


2 020 


967 


616 


342 


1.91 


79 211 


30 308 


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289 


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130 


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466 


233 


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917 


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423 


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545 


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308 


201 


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3 211 


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866 


578 


340 


172 


132 


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876 


631 


407 


160 


79 


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1.88 


14 435 


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2 847 


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1 056 


864 


444 


188 


169 


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18 278 


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1 530 


759 


420 


175 


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21 238 


3 270 


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559 


249 


176 


37 


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1.24 


5 196 


68 


44 


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13 973 


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3 299 


1 962 


878 


598 


346 


1.87 


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4 992 


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420 


148 


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6 505 


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197 


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7 789 


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628 


339 


184 


105 


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1.76 


17 267 


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1 563 


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613 


360 


121 


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2 680 


601 


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563 


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211 


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163 


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60 


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423 


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$133 


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45.0 


48.8 


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31.8 


32.7 


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METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 121-67 



Table B -35. Age and Sex of Householder in One-Person Households for Owner- and Renter-Occupied Housing Units 
With a Black Householder: 1980 



Cincinnati city 



Owner-occupied housing units 

PLUMBING FACILITIES 

Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

Lacking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

UNITS IN STRUCTURE 

1. detached or attached 

2 or more 

Mobile home or trailer, etc. 

HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1979 

Less than $5.000 

$5,000 to $9.999 

$10,000 to $12,499 

$12,500 to $14,999 

$15,000 to $19.999 

$20,000 to $24.999 

$25,000 to $34.999 

$35,000 to $49.999 

$50,000 or more 

Median 

Mean 

MORTGAGE STATUS AND SELECTED MONTHLY 
OWNER COSTS 

Specified owner-occupied housing units 

With a mortgage 

Less thon $200 

$200 to $249 

$250 to $299 

$300 to $349 

$350 to $399 

$400 to $499 

$500 to $599 

$600 to $749 

$750 or more 

Median 

Not mortgaged 

Less than $50 

$50 to $74 

$75 to $99 

$100 to $124 

$125 to $149 

$150 to $199 

$200 to $249 

$250 or more 

Median 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 
Median selected monthly owner costs as percentage of 
household income in 1979 

With o mortgage 

Not mortgaged 

Income in 1979 below poverty level 

Percent below poverty level 

Renter-occupied housing units 

PLUMBING FACILITIES 

Complete plumbing for exclusive use 

Lacking complete plumbing for exclusive use 

UNITS IN STRUaURE 

1, detached or ottached 

2 

3 ond 4 

5 to 9 

10 to 49 

50 or more 

Mobile home or trailer, etc, 

HOUSEHOLD INCOME IN 1979 

Less thon $5.000 

$5,000 to $9.999 

$10,000 to $12,499 

$12,500 to $14.999 

$15,000 to $19.999 

$20,000 to $24.999 

$25,000 to $34.999 

$35,000 to $49.999 

$50,000 or more 

Median 

Mean 

GROSS RENT 

Specified renter-occupied housing units 

Less thon $100 

$100 to $149 

$150 to $199 

$200 to $249 

$250 to $299 

$300 to $349 

$350 to $399 

$400 to $499 

$500 or more 

No cosh rent 

Median 

SELECTED CHARACTERISTICS 

Median gross rent as percentage of household income in 

1979 

Income in 1979 below poverty level 

Percent below poverty level 



[Doto ore estimates based on a 


sample, see 


Introduction. 


For meaning 


of symbols. 


see Introduction. For definitions of terms 


see append 


xes A and B] 








Male householder 


Female householder 




15 to 24 


25 to 34 


35 to 44 


45 to 64 


65 years 




15 to 24 


25 to 34 


35 to 44 


45 to 64 


65 years 


Total 


Total 


years 


years 


years 


years 


and over 


Total 


years 


years 


years 


yeors 


and over 


2 046 


819 


11 


85 


191 


275 


257 


1 227 


- 


53 


62 


499 


613 


1 981 


796 


11 


85 


185 


264 


251 


1 185 


_ 


53 


62 


499 


571 


65 


23 


- 


- 


6 


11 


6 


42 


- 


- 


- 


- 


42 


1 222 


477 




50 


112 


158 


157 


745 


_ 


35 


26 


349 


335 


824 


342 


11 


35 


79 


117 


100 


482 


- 


18 


36 


150 


278 


781 


179 




6 


14 


41 


118 


602 








176 


426 


544 


204 


6 


10 


18 


53 


117 


340 


- 


- 


19 


165 


156 


172 


89 


5 


11 


51 


11 


11 


83 


- 


13 


7 


46 


17 


169 


77 


- 


- 


32 


34 


11 


92 


- 


4 


16 


58 


14 


137 


94 


- 


18 


23 


53 


- 


43 


- 


6 


8 


29 


- 


159 


134 


- 


20 


38 


76 


- 


25 


- 


6 


- 


19 


_ 


61 


25 


- 


7 


11 


7 


- 


36 


- 


24 


12 


- 


- 


17 
6 

$7 108 


11 

6 

$10 744 


- 


7 

6 

$19 653 


4 


- 


- 


6 


- 


- 


- 


6* 


- 


$7 292 


$13 477 


$14 890 


$5 337 


$5 171 


_ 


$21 458 


$13 281 


$7 712 


$4 121 


$9 622 


$12 849 


$8 926 


$25 187 


$14 726 


$14 417 


$5 864 


$7 467 


" 


$21 504 


$14 906 


$8 359 


$4 775 


1 176 


456 




37 


108 


154 


157 


720 




35 


26 


328 


331 


636 


267 


_ 


26 


108 


97 


36 


369 


_ 


35 


26 


217 


91 


107 


40 


- 


- 


19 


14 


7 


67 


- 


4 


8 


20 


35 


145 


43 


- 


- 


30 


- 


13 


102 


_ 


6 


3 


63 


30 


115 


49 


- 


6 


17 


21 


5 


66 


- 


- 


- 


66 


- 


145 


71 


- 


7 


17 


36 


11 


74 


- 


8 


_ 


40 


26 


63 


35 


- 


7 


10 


18 


- 


28 


- 


- 


15 


13 


_ 


10 


10 


- 


- 


10 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


_ 


20 


5 


- 


- 


5 


- 


- 


15 


- 


- 


- 


15 


- 


14 


6 


- 


6 


- 


- 


- 


8 


- 


8 


- 


- 


- 


17 


8 


- 


- 


- 


8 


- 


9 


- 


9 


- 


_ 


- 


$279 


$301 


- 


$350 


$265 


$319 


$242 


$262 


- 


$347 


$357 


$269 


$217 


540 


189 


- 


11 


- 


57 


121 


351 


- 


- 


- 


111 


240 


10 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


10 


- 


- 


- 


6 


4 


45 


22 


- 


- 


- 


14 


8 


23 


- 


- 


- 


- 


23 


120 


38 


- 


— 


- 


20 


18 


82 


- 


- 


- 


25 


57 


77 


38 


- 


- 


- 


16 


22 


39 


- 


_ 


_ 


21 


18 


135 


38 


- 


11 


- 


7 


20 


97 


- 


- 


- 


24 


73 


109 


45 


- 


- 


- 


- 


45 


64 


- 


- 


- 


13 


51 


30 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


30 


- 


- 


- 


22 


8 


14 


8 


- 


- 


- 


- 


8 


6 


- 


- 


- 


- 


6 


$128 


$123 


— 


$138 


— 


$93 


$141 


$131 


— 


— 


- 


$129 


$131 


31.6 


25.4 




16.6 


25.7 


21.6 


39.1 


34.5 




29.7 


31.3 


34.2 


36.4 


30.5 


24.4 


- 


15.0 


25.7 


23.3 


50 + 


34.8 


- 


29.7 


31.3 


32.8 


50 + 


33.0 


30.5 


- 


17.5 


- 


12.3 


37.9 


34.1 


- 


- 


- 


36.1 


32.7 


448 


89 


_ 


6 


14 


35 


34 


359 


- 


- 


- 


149 


210 


21.9 


109 


- 


7.1 


7.3 


12.7 


13,2 


29.3 


- 


- 


- 


29.9 


34.3 


14 047 


6 283 


791 


1 515 


861 


1 877 


1 239 


7 764 


830 


1 044 


522 


2 656 


2 712 


13 581 


6 005 


735 


1 449 


840 


1 761 


1 220 


7 576 


814 


1 029 


490 


2 580 


2 663 


466 


278 


56 


66 


21 


116 


19 


188 


16 


15 


32 


76 


49 


545 


189 


18 


47 


34 


38 


52 


356 


5 


51 


29 


156 


115 


1 013 


425 


30 


49 


91 


143 


112 


588 


21 


83 


45 


196 


243 


2 577 


1 168 


129 


332 


177 


325 


205 


1 409 


141 


181 


88 


537 


462 


2 847 


1 475 


189 


325 


134 


527 


300 


1 372 


149 


146 


132 


552 


393 


4 809 


2 228 


351 


613 


372 


633 


259 


2 581 


405 


520 


199 


767 


690 


2 212 


783 


64 


149 


53 


211 


306 


1 429 


109 


63 


29 


440 


788 


44 


15 


10 


- 


- 


- 


5 


29 


- 


- 


- 


8 


21 


7 957 


2 691 


317 


276 


266 


891 


941 


5 266 


408 


306 


176 


1 923 


2 453 


2 458 


1 266 


219 


341 


154 


307 


245 


1 192 


225 


212 


155 


420 


180 


1 227 


598 


69 


250 


80 


184 


15 


629 


116 


229 


65 


186 


33 


637 


366 


71 


125 


57 


95 


18 


271 


29 


107 


41 


74 


20 


1 071 


780 


80 


330 


155 


209 


6 


291 


39 


131 


78 


32 


11 


458 


384 


22 


142 


90 


122 


8 


74 


8 


53 


7 


- 


6 


176 


149 


7 


51 


49 


36 


6 


27 


5 


- 


- 


13 


9 


36 


22 


6 


- 


- 


16 


- 


14 


- 


6 


- 


8 


- 


27 


27 


- 


- 


10 


17 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


- 


$4 447 


$6 757 


$6 443 


$11 405 


$10 328 


$5 720 


$3 813 


$3 760 


$5 148 


$10 044 


$8 301 


$3 248 


$3 253 


$6 798 


$8 804 


$7 700 


$11 564 


$11 685 


$8 713 


$4 268 


$5 175 


$6 323 


$9 397 


$8 374 


$4 410 


$3 333 


13 973 


6 266 


791 


1 505 


861 


1 877 


1 232 


7 707 


830 


1 037 


522 


2 622 


2 696 


4 992 


1 747 


106 


158 


184 


650 


649 


3 245 


92 


95 


122 


1 154 


1 782 


2 904 


1 462 


170 


263 


177 


562 


290 


1 442 


110 


156 


111 


628 


437 


3 365 


1 671 


314 


562 


240 


364 


191 


1 694 


413 


348 


120 


476 


337 


1 751 


879 


151 


332 


150 


215 


31 


872 


172 


254 


84 


271 


91 


601 


303 


32 


105 


58 


74 


34 


298 


37 


110 


66 


64 


21 


163 


97 


14 


46 


30 


- 


7 


66 


6 


25 


7 


22 


6 


63 


49 


- 


25 


18 


- 


6 


14 


- 


7 


- 


7 


- 


64 

4 

66 


26 


4 


6 


4 


7 


5 


38 

4 
34 


- 


32 
4 
6 


6 


- 


- 


32 


_ 


8 


_ 


5 


19 


_ 


6 


_ 


22 


$133 


$146 


$168 


$183 


$162 


$121 


$95 


$119 


$178 


$190 


$156 


$110 


$73 


27.7 


23.7 


27.1 


19.5 


18.3 


23.7 


29.3 


30.8 


32.9 


24.3 


27.4 


35.6 


31.4 


6 633 


2 170 


288 


251 


232 


754 


645 


4 463 


311 


259 


157 


1 717 


2 019 


47 2 


34.5 


36.4 


16.6 


26.9 


40.2 


52.1 


57 5 


375 


24.8 


30.1 


64.6 


74.4 



121-68 CINCINNATI, OHIO-KY.-IND. SMSA 



METROPOLITAN HOUSING CHARACTERISTICS 



Appendix A.— Area Classifications 



REGIONS A-1 

STATES A-1 

PLACES A-1 

Incorporated Places A— 1 

Census Designated Places .... A— 1 
STANDARD METROPOLITAN 

STATISTICAL AREAS A-1 

Definition A— 1 

SMSA Titles A-1 

New SMSA Standards A-2 

BOUNDARY CHANGES A-2 

AREA MEASUREMENT. A-2 

REGIONS 

Regions are large groups of States that 
form the first-order subdivisions of the 
United States for census purposes. The 
four regions are the Northeast, North 
Central, South, and West. 



STATES 

The 50 States and the District of Columbia 
are the constituent units of the United 
States. 



PLACES 

Two types of places are recognized in 
the census reports— incorporated places 
and census designated places— as defined 
below. Places with a 1980 population 
below 50,000 are not shown in this 
report unless they are central cities of 
standard metropolitan statistical areas. 

Incorporated Places 

Incorporated places recognized in the 
reports of the census are those which 
are incorporated under the laws of their 
respective States as cities, boroughs, 
towns, and villages, with the follow- 
ing exceptions: boroughs in Alaska 
and New York, and towns in the six 



New England States, New York, and 
Wisconsin. 

Census Designated Places 

As in the 1950, 1960, and 1970 censuses, 
the Census Bureau has delineated bound- 
aries for closely settled population 
centers without corporate limits. In 
1980, the name of each such place is 
followed by "(CDP)," meaning "census 
designated place." In the 1970 and earlier 
censuses, these places were identified by 
"(U)," meaning "unincorporated place." 

Census designated place boundaries 
change with changes in the settlement 
pattern; a place which has the same name 
as in previous censuses does not necessarily 
have the same boundaries. Boundary 
outlines for CDP's appear on the county 
subdivision maps in the HC80-TA, Gen- 
eral Housing Characteristics, reports for 
States. Detailed maps are available for 
purchase from the Census Bureau. 

Eleven states, (Connecticut, Maine, Mas- 
sachusetts, Michigan, New Hampshire, 
New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, 
Rhode Island, Vermont, and Wisconsin), 
contain towns or townships which are 
coextensive with census designated places 
(CDP's). Data for these areas are not 
shown in the tables. 



STANDARD METROPOLITAN 
STATISTICAL AREAS 

Definition 

The general concept of a metropolitan 
area is one of a large population nucleus, 
together with adjacent communities which 
have a high degree of economic and 
social integration with that nucleus. The 
standard metropolitan statistical area 
(SMSA) classification is a statistical 
standard, developed for use by Federal 
agencies in the production, analysis, and 
publication of data on metropolitan areas. 
The SMSA's are designated and defined 



by the Office of Management and Budget, 
following a set of official published 
standards developed by the interagency 
Federal Committee on Standard Metro- 
politan Statistical Areas. 

Each SMSA has one or more central 
counties containing the area's main popu- 
lation concentration: an urbanized area 
with at least 50,000 inhabitants. An 
SMSA may also include outlying counties 
which have close economic and social 
relationships with the central counties. 
The outlying counties must have a speci- 
fied level of commuting to the central 
counties and must also meet certain 
standards regarding metropolitan charac- 
ter, such as population density, urban 
population, and population growth. In 
New England, SMSA's are composed 
of cities and towns rather than whole 
counties. 

The housing units in SMSA's may 
also be referred to as the metropolitan 
housing and are subdivided into "inside 
central city (or cities)" and "outside 
central city (or cities)." The housing 
units outside SMSA's constitute the non- 
metropolitan housing. 

In the United States Summary report 
and the State reports, the data shown for 
"Central Cities of SMSA's" are the sum of 
all central cities excluding any rural area 
and any legai area that is outside of a 
standard metropolitan statistical area. In 
the individual SMSA reports, the data 
shown for central cities and places of 
50,000 or more inhabitants are for the 
legal definition of the city without regard 
to urban or SMSA restrictions. 

SMSA Titles 

Each SMSA except one (Nassau-Suffolk, 
N.Y.) has at least one central city. The 
titles of SMSA's include up to three city 
names, as well as the name of each State 
into which the SMSA extends. For the 
1980 census, central cities of SMSA's are 
those named in the titles of the SMSA's, 



A-1 



Appendix A.— Area Classifications 



with the exception of Nassau-Suffolk, 
N.Y., which has no central city, and 
Northeast Pennsylvania, the central cities 
of which are Scranton, Wilkes-Barre, and 
Hazleton. Data on central cities of 
SMSA's include the entire population 
and housing within the legal city bound- 
aries. In Hawaii where there are no 
incorporated places recognized by the 
Bureau of the Census, census designated 
places are recognized as central cities. 

New SMSA Standards 

New standards for designating and 
defining metropolitan statistical areas 
were published in the Federal Register on 
January 3, 1980. The SMSA's recognized 
for the 1980 census comprise (1) all 
areas as defined on January 1, 1980, 
except for one area which was defined 
provisionally during the 1970's on the 



basis of population estimates but whose 
qualification was not confirmed by 
1980 census counts; and (2) a group of 
36 new areas defined on the basis of 
1 980 census counts and the new standards 
that were published on January 3, 1980. 

When the data on commuting flows 
become available from 1980 census tabu- 
lations, the new standards will be applied 
to the areas existing on January 1, 1980, 
and the boundaries, definitions, and titles 
for all SMSA's will be reviewed. 

To aid users who want to become 
familiar with the SMSA standards and 
how they are applied, documents are 
available from the Office of Management 
and Budget, Washington, D.C. 20503. 



BOUNDARY CHANGES 

The boundaries of some of the areas 
shown in this series of reports have 



changed between an earlier census and 
January 1, 1980. Information on bound- 
ary changes for incorporated places is 
presented in table 4 of the 1980 Census 
of Population report. Characteristics of 
the Population, Number of Inhabitants, 
PC80-1-A. For information on boundary 
changes prior to 1970, see the Number of 
Inhabitants report for each census. 



AREA MEASUREMENT 

Area measurement figures for standard 
metropolitan statistical areas, central 
cities, and places of 50,000 inhabitants 
or more can be found in the 1980 Census 
of Population report, PC80-1-A1, United 
States Summary. 



A-2 



Appendix B.— Definitions and Explanations of Subject Characteristics 



GENERAL B-1 

LIVING QUARTERS B-1 

Housing Units B— 1 

Comparability With 1970 

Census Housing Unit Data B— 2 

Group Quarters B— 2 

Comparability With 1970 Cen- 
sus Group Quarters Data B-2 
Rules for Hotels, Room- 
ing Houses, Etc B— 2 

Staff Living Quarters B— 2 

Year-Round Housing Units . . B— 2 
OCCUPANCY AND VACANCY 

CHARACTERISTICS B-2 

Occupied Housing Units B— 2 

Householder B— 2 

Child B-2 

Nonrelative B— 3 

Age of Householder B— 3 

Household Type B— 3 

Year Householder Moved 

Into Unit B-3 

Vacant Housing Units B— 3 

Vacancy Status B— 3 

Duration of Vacancy B— 3 

Tenure B— 3 

Condominium Housing Units . B— 3 
Comparability With 1970 
Census Condominium 

Housing Unit Data 8—3 

Race of the Householder B— 3 

Comparability Between Sam- 
ple and 100-Percent Data 

for Race of the Householder. B— 4 
Comparability With 1970 
Census Data on Race of the 

Householder B— 4 

Spanish/Hispanic Origin of 

ihe Householder B— 5 
Limitations of the Data 
on Householders of 

Spanish/Hispanic Origin. . . . B— 5 
Comparability Between 
Sample ' and 100-Percent 
Data on Householders of 

Spanish/Hispanic Origin . B— 5 
Comparability With 1970 
Census Data on House- 
holders of Spanish Origin 
and Householders of 

Spanish Heritage B— 5 

UTILIZATION 

CHARACTERISTICS B-6 



Persons . B— 6 

Rooms . . B— 6 

Persons Per Room B— 6 

Bedrooms B— 6 

STRUCTURAL 

CHARACTERISTICS B-6 

Year Structure Built B-6 

Units in Structure B— 6 

Stories in Structure B— 6 

Passenger Elevator B— 6 

PLUMBING 

CHARACTERISTICS B-6 

Plumbing Facilities B— 6 

Comparability With 1970 
Census Plumbing Facilities 

Data B-6 

EQUIPMENT AND FUELS B-6 

Heating Equipment B— 6 

Comparability With 1970 
Census Heating Equipment 

Data B-6 

Air Conditioning B— 7 

Vehicles Available B— 7 

Comparability With 1970 
Census Automobiles 

Available Data B— 7 

Fuels Used for House Heating 

and Water Heating B— 7 

FINANCIAL 

CHARACTERISTICS B-7 

Value B-7 

Price Asked B— 7 

Mortgage Status and Selected 

Monthly Owner Costs B— 7 

Mortgage Status and Selected 
Monthly Owner Costs as a 
Percentage of House- 
hold Income in 1979 B-7 

Rent B-7 

Gross Rent as a Percentage 
of Household Income 

in 1979 B-8 

Household Income in 1979. . . B— 8 

Median Income B— 8 

Comparability With 1970 

Census Income Data B— 8 

Poverty Status in 1 979 B-8 

GENERAL 

The 1980 census was conducted primarily 
through self-enumeration. The principal 



determinant for the responses was, 
therefore, the questionnaire and its accom- 
panying instruction guide. Furthermore, 
census takers were instructed, in their 
telephone and personal-visit interviews, to 
read the questions directly from the ques- 
tionnaire. The definitions and explanations 
given below for each subject are drawn 
largely from various technical and pro- 
cedural materials used in the collection of 
the data. These materials helped the cen- 
sus interviewers to understand more fully 
the intent of each question, and thus to 
resolve problems or unusual cases in a 
manner consistent with this intent. Also in- 
cluded is certain explanatory information to 
assist the user in the proper utilization of 
the statistics. 

Facsimiles of the questionnaire pages 
containing the population and housing 
questions used to produce the data shown 
in this report and the pages of the respon- 
dent instruction guide which relate to these 
questions are presented in Appendix E, 
"Facsimiles of Respondent Instructions 
and Questionnaire Pages." 



LIVING QUARTERS 

Living quarters are classified in the census 
as either housing units or group quarters. 
Usually, living quarters are in structures in- 
tended for residential use (e.g., a one- 
family home, apartment house, hotel or 
motel, boarding house, mobile home or 
trailer). However, living quarters may also 
be in structures intended for non- 
residential use (e.g., the rooms in a 
warehouse where a night guard lives), as 
well as in boats, tents, vans, etc. 

Housing Units— A housing unit is a house, 
an apartment, a group of rooms, or a single 
room occupied as a separate living 
quarters or, if vacant, intended for oc- 
cupancy as a separate living quarters 
Separate living quarters are those in which 
the occupants live and eat separately from 



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any other persons in the building and 
which have direct access from the outside 
of the building or through a common hall. 
The occupants may be a single family, one 
person living alone, two or more families 
living together, or any other group of 
related or unrelated persons who share liv- 
ing arrangements (except as described in 
the next section on Group Quarters). For 
vacant units, the criteria of separateness 
and direct access are applied to the intend- 
ed occupants whenever possible. If that in- 
formation cannot be obtained, the criteria 
are applied to the previous occupants. 
Both occupied and vacant housing units 
are included in the housing unit inventory 
except that boats, tents, vans, caves, and 
the like are included only if they are oc- 
cupied as someone's usual place of 
residence. Vacant mobile homes are in- 
cluded, provided they are intended for oc- 
cupancy on the site where they stand. Va- 
cant mobile homes on dealers' sales lots, 
at the factory, or in storage are excluded 
from the housing inventory. 

Comparability With 1970 Census Hous- 
ing Unit Data— Although the 1980 census 
data are generally comparable with 1970 
census data, certain changes were in- 
troduced for 1980. The part of the 1970 
housing unit definition that required a unit 
to have either ( 1 ) direct access or (2) com- 
plete kitchen facilities was modified. For 
1980, the complete kitchen facilities alter- 
native was dropped, and direct access was 
required of all housing units. In 1970, va- 
cant mobile homes were not counted as 
housing units. For 1980, they were includ- 
ed in the housing inventory provided they 
were intended for occupancy on the site 
where they stood. 

Group Quarters — Group quarters are any 
living quarters which are not classified as 
housing units. There are two types of 
group quarters: (1) institutional group 
quarters, and (2) noninstitutional group 
quarters. Institutional group quarters are 
living quarters occupied by one or more 
persons under care or custody, such as 
children in an orphanage, persons in a 
nursing home, and prisoners in a 
penitentiary. Noninstitutional group 
quarters include living quarters such 
as college-owned and/or operated dormi- 
tories, fraternity and sorority houses, 
nurses' dormitories, and boarding 
houses. In addition, noninstitutional 
group quarters include any living 



quarters (other than those classified 
as institutional group quarters) which 
are occupied by 9 or more persons 
unrelated to the householder (person 
listed in column 1 of the census question- 
naire), or by 10 or more unrelated persons. 
Information on the housing characteristics 
of group quarters was not collected in the 
census. 

Comparability With 1970 Census Group 
Quarters Data — In 1970 a unit was 
classified as group quarters if it was shared 
by the person in charge and five or more 
persons unrelated to him or her, or if there 
was no person in charge, by six or more 
unrelated persons. For 1980 that require- 
ment was raised to 9 or more persons 
unrelated to the person listed in column 1 
of the census questionnaire or 10 or more 
unrelated persons. 

Rules for Hotels, Rooming Houses, 

Etc. — Occupied rooms or suites of rooms 
in hotels, motels, and similar places are 
classified as housing units only when oc- 
cupied by permanent residents; i.e., per- 
sons who consider the hotel as their usual 
place of residence or who have no usual 
place of residence elsewhere. Vacant 
rooms or suites of rooms are classified as 
housing units only in those hotels in which 
75 percent or more of the accommoda- 
tions are occupied by permanent residents. 
If any of the occupants in a rooming or 
boarding house live and eat separately 
from everyone else in the building and have 
direct access, their quarters are classified 
as separate housing units. The remaining 
quarters are combined. If the combined 
quarters contain eight or fewer roomers 
unrelated to the householder, they are 
classified as one housing unit. If the com- 
bined quarters contain nine or more 
roomers unrelated to the householder or 
person in charge, they are classified as 
group quarters. 

Staff Living Quarters — The living quarters 
occupied by staff personnel within any 
group quarters are separate housing units 
if they satisfy the housing unit criteria of 
separateness and direct access; otherwise, 
they are considered as group quarters. 

Year-Round Housing Units— Data on 

housing characteristics in the 1980 census 
reports are limited to year-round housing 
units; i.e., all occupied units plus vacant 



units available or intended for year-round 
use. Vacant units intended for seasonal oc- 
cupancy and vacant units held for 
migratory labor are excluded because of 
the difficulty of obtaining reliable data on 
their characteristics. 



OCCUPANCY AND VACANCY 
CHARACTERISTICS 

Occupied Housing Units — A housing unit 
is classified as occupied if it is the usual 
place of residence of the person orxjroup 
of persons living in it at the time of 
enumeration, or if the occupants are only 
temporarily absent; e.g., away on vaca- 
tion. If all the persons staying in the unit at 
the time of the census have their usual 
place of residence elsewhere, the unit is 
classified as vacant. A household includes 
all the persons who occupy a housing unit 
as their usual place of residence. By defini- 
tion, therefore, the number of occupied 
housing units equals the number of 
households in the 1980 Census of Popula- 
tion reports. 

In this report the numbers shown for oc- 
cupied housing units are estimates based 
on a' sample. In some cases there may be 
small differences between figures on oc- 
cupied housing units shown here and com- 
parable figures on households in the Cen- 
sus of Population reports. These dif- 
ferences may result from processing pro- 
cedures used to inflate the population and 
housing sample data. 

Householder — One person in each 
household is designated as the 
"householder." In most cases, this is the 
person, or one of the persons, in whose 
name the home is owned or rented and 
who is listed in column 1 of the census 
questionnaire. If there is no such person in 
the household, any adult household 
member could be designated as the 
"householder." <. 

Child — A child is a son, daughter, step- 
child, or adopted child of the householder 
regardless of the child's age or marital 
status. The category excludes sons-in-law 
and daughters-in-law. In this report, those 
classified as "own children" are sons and 
daughters, including stepchildren and 
adopted children, of the householder who 
are single (never married) and under 18 
years of age. 



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Nonrelative — A nonrelative is any person 
in the household not related to the 
householder by birth, marriage, or adop- 
tion Roomers, boarders, partners, room- 
mates, paid employees, wards, and foster 
children are classified as nonrelatives. This 
report shows the number of households 
with one or more nonrelatives present in 
the unit. 

Age of Householder— The age classifica- 
tion is based on the age of the person in 
completed years as of April 1, 1980. The 
data on age represent the difference, as 
calculated in the computer, between date 
of birth and April 1, 1980 

Household Type — Statistics by age of 
householder are presented separately for 
the following household types: 

Married-couple families. For each 
household of this type, the householder 
and his or her spouse are enumerated 
as members of the same household. 
This category includes couples in formal 
marriages as well as in common-law 
marriages. 

Male householder, no wife present. 
This type includes any household main- 
tained by a male, regardless of his 
marital status, provided no wife is pre- 
sent in the household. Included are 
male householders who have no wife; 
male householders whose wives live 
elsewhere because of separation 
(marital discord) or other reason; and 
male householders who are widowed, 
divorced, or single. 

Female householder, no husband pre- 
sent. This type includes any household 
maintained by a female, regardless of 
her marital status, provided no husband 
is present in the household. Included 
are female householders who have no 
husband and female householders 
whose husbands live elsewhere, as, for 
example, husbands in the Armed 
Forces living on a military base and 
female householders who are widowed, 
divorced, or single. 

This report presents data on selected 
characteristics for one-person households, 
separately for male and female 
householders. 

Year Householder Moved Into Unit — Data 

presented for this item are based on the in- 



formation reported for the householder and 
refer to the year of the latest move. If the 
householder moved back into a unit the 
person previously occupied, the year of the 
latest move was reported. If the 
householder moved from one apartment to 
another in the same building, the year the 
householder moved into the present apart- 
ment was reported. The intent is to 
establish the year the present occupancy 
by the householder began. The year in 
which a householder moved is not 
necessarily the same year as the year other 
members of the household moved, 
although in the majority of cases the entire 
household moved at the same time (see 
question H19 in appendix E). 

Vacant Housing Units— A housing unit is 
vacant if no one is living in it at the time of 
enumeration, unless its occupants are only 
temporarily absent. Units temporarily oc- 
cupied at the time of enumeration entirely 
by persons who have a usual residence 
elsewhere are also classified as vacant. 

New units not yet occupied are classified 
as vacant housing units if construction has 
reached a point where all exterior windows 
and doors are installed and final usable 
floors are in place. Vacant units are exclud- 
ed if they are open to the elements; i.e., 
the roof, walls, windows, and/or doors no 
longer protect the interior from the 
elements, or if there is positive evidence 
(such as a sign on the house or in the 
block) that the unit is to be demolished or is 
condemned. Also excluded are quarters 
being used entirely for nonresidential pur- 
poses, such as a store or an office, or 
quarters used for the storage of business 
supplies or inventory, machinery, or 
agricultural products. 

Vacancy Status— The data on vacancy 
status were tabulated from responses to 
questionnaire item C (see item C in appen- 
dix E). The data presented in this report 
are for year-round housing units "Vacant 
for sale only" and "Vacant for rent." 

For sale only. Vacant year-round units 
being offered "For sale only," including 
individual units in cooperatives and con- 
dominium projects if the individual units 
are offered "For sale only." 

For rent. Vacant year-round units of- 
fered "For rent," and vacant units of- 
fered either for rent or for sale. 



Duration of Vacancy — The statistics on 
duration of vacancy refer to the length of 
time (in months) from the date the last oc- 
cupants moved from the unit to the date of 
enumeration (see item D in appendix E). 
The data, therefore, do not provide a 
direct measure of the total length of time 
units remain vacant. For newly con- 
structed units which have never been oc- 
cupied, the duration of vacancy is counted 
from the date construction was completed. 
For recently converted or merged units, the 
time is reported from the date conversion 
or merger was completed. 

Tenure — A housing unit is "Owner oc- 
cupied" if the owner or co-owner lives in 
the unit, even if it is mortgaged or not fully 
paid for. All other occupied units are 
classified as "Renter occupied," including 
units rented for cash rent and those oc- 
cupied without payment of cash rent (see 
question H8 in appendix E). 

Condominium Housing Units— A con- 
dominium involves ownership that enables 
a person to own an apartment or house in a 
development of similar units and to hold a 
common or joint ownership in common 
areas, hallways, entrances, elevators, etc. 
The owner has a deed to the individual 
unit, and, very likely, a mortgage on the 
unit. A condominium housing unit need not 
be occupied by the owner to be counted as 
such (see question H9 in appendix E). 

Comparability With 1970 Census Con- 
dominium Housing Unit Data — In 1970, 
owner-occupied cooperatives and con- 
dominium housing units were identified 
together. The 1980 census identifies only 
condominium housing units. The 1980 
question provides data on vacant and 
renter-occupied condominium housing 
units, not just owner-occupied con- 
dominium housing units as in 1970. 



Race of the Householder— The data on 
race of the householder were derived from 
the answer to question 4, for the person 
listed in column 1 of the census question- 
naire (see appendix E). The concept of 
race as used by the Census Bureau reflects 
self-identification by respondents; it does 
not denote any clear-cut scientific defini- 
tion of biological stock. Since the 1980 
census obtained information on race 
through self-identification, the data repre- 
sent self-classification by people according 



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to the race with which they identify. In this 
report, data are presented for housing units 
classified by the race of the householder 

For persons who could not provide a 
single response to the race question, the 
race of the person's mother was used; if, 
however, a single response could not be 
provided for the person's mother, the first 
race reported by the person was used. This 
is a modification of the 1970 census pro- 
cedure in which the race of the person's 
father was used. 

The category "White" includes persons 
who indicated their race as White, as well 
as persons who did not classify themselves 
in one of the specific race categories listed 
on the questionnaire but entered a 
response such as Canadian, German, 
Italian, Lebanese, or Polish In the 1980 
census, persons who did not classify 
themselves in one of the specific race 
categories but marked "Other" and/or 
wrote in entries such as Cuban, Puerto 
Rican, Mexican, or Dominican were includ- 
ed in the "Other" race category. In the 
1970 census, most of these persons were 
included in the "White" category. 

The category "Black" includes persons 
who indicated their race as Black or Negro, 
as well as persons who did not classify 
themselves in one of the specific race 
categories listed in the questionnaire but 
reported entries such as Jamaican, Black 
Puerto Rican, West Indian, Haitian, or 
Nigerian. 

The category "American Indian, 
Eskimo, or Aleut" includes persons who 
classified themselves as such in one of the 
specific race categories. In addition, per- 
sons who did not report themselves in one 
of the specific race categories but entered 
the name of an Indian tribe or wrote in such 
entries as Canadian Indian, French- 
American Indian, or Spanish-American In- 
dian were classified as "American Indian." 
The category "Asian or Pacific Islander" 
includes persons who indicated their race 
as Chinese, Filipino, Japanese, Asian In- 
dian, Korean, Vietnamese, Hawaiian, Sa- 
moan, and Guamanian, as well as persons 
who provided write-in entries of Asian and 
Pacific Islander groups such as Cambo- 
dian, Laotian, Pakistani, or Fijian under the 
"Other" race category. Also, persons who 
did not classify themselves in one of the 
specific race categories but wrote in an en- 
try indicating one of the nine specific 
categories listed above (e.g., Chinese or 
Filipino) were classified accordingly. For 
example, entries of Nipponese and 



Japanese American were classified as 
Japanese, entries of Taiwanese and Can- 
tonese as Chinese, etc. "Race, n.e.c." in- 
cludes all other persons not in the 
categories "White," "Black," "American 
Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut," and "Asian or 
Pacific Islander." Persons reporting in the 
"Other" race category and providing 
write-in entries such as Eurasian, 
Cosmopolitan, Interracial, or a Spanish 
origin group (e.g., Mexican, Cuban, or 
Puerto Rican) were included in "Race, 
n.e.c." 

If the race entry for the householder was 
missing on the questionnaire, an answer 
was assigned in the computer according to 
the reported entries of race of other 
household members using specific rules of 
precedence of household relationship. If 
race was not entered for anyone in the 
household (excluding paid employees), the 
race of a householder in a previously pro- 
cessed household was assigned. This pro- 
cedure is a variation of the general alloca- 
tion process described in Appendix D, 
"Accuracy of the Data." 

Comparability Between Sample and 
100-Percent Data for Race of the 
Householder— Estimates of the number of 
householders by race shown in this report 
may differ from complete count figures 
shown in other 1980 census reports. Such 
differences are the result of sampling 
variability, nonsampling error, and an addi- 
tional edit and review performed on the 
sample questionnaires. Sampling variabili- 
ty and nonsampling error are explained in 
Appendix D, "Accuracy of the Data." The 
effect of the additional edit and review pro- 
cedures varies substantially by racial group 
and geographic area but is generally 
negligible. A discussion of these pro- 
cedures may be found in Series HC80-1-B, 
Detailed Housing Characteristics, and 
PC80-1-C, Social and Economic Charac- 
teristics of the Population. 

Comparability With 1970 Census 
Data on Race of the Householder— Dif- 
ferences in census procedures and 
reporting by respondents in the 1980 
census and 1970 census seriously 
affect the comparability for certain 
race groups. First, a large number of 
Spanish origin persons reported their 
race differently in the 1980 census 
than in the 1970 census. This dif- 
ference in reporting has a substantial 
impact on the population totals and 



comparability for the "White" pop- 
ulation and the "Race, n.e.c." or 
"Other" race populations (shown 
as "All other races" in most 1970 
publications). A much larger pro- 
portion of the Spanish origin population 
in 1980 than in 1970 reported their 
race in the questionnaire category 
"Other." Second, in 1970, most persons 
who marked the "Other" race category 
and wrote in a Spanish designation 
such as Mexican, Venezuelan, Latino, 
etc., were reclassified as "White." 
In 1980, such persons were not, reclassi- 
fied but remained in the "Other" 
race category. As a result of this 
procedural change and the differ- 
ences in reporting by this population, 
the proportion of the Spanish origin 
population classified as "Other" race 
in the 1980 census was substantially 
higher than that in the 1970 census. 
Nationally in 1970, only 1 percent of 
the Spanish origin persons were classi- 
fied as "Other" race and 93 percent 
as "White." The 1980 census sample 
data showed a much larger proportion — 38 
percent— of the Spanish origin persons 
reported their race as "Other" and 
only 58 percent reported "White." As 
a consequence of these differences, 
1980 householder totals for "White" 
and "Race, n.e.c." are not comparable 
with corresponding 1970 figures. 

The 1 980 census was the first, in which 
data were collected separately for Eskimos 
and Aleuts in all States. In 1970, these 
data were available only for Alaska. Since 
Eskimos and Aleuts are highly concen- 
trated in Alaska, these changes do not 
seriously affect the comparability of 1980 
and 1970 data for these racial groups at 
the national level. 

The 1980 totai for the Asian and Pacific 
Islander population reflects a high level of 
immigration during the 1 970's as well as a 
number of changes in census procedures 
which were developed, in part, as a result 
of this high level of immigration. First, ahe 
number of Asian and Pacific Islander 
categories listed separately on the 1980 
census questionnaire was expanded over 
that in 1970 to include four additional 
groups: Vietnamese, Asian Indian, Guama- 
nian, and Samoan. Asian Indians were 
classified as "White" in 1970 but were in- 
cluded in the "Asian and Pacific Islander" 
category in 1980. The Vietnamese, 
Guamanian, and Samoan populations 
were included in the "Other" race 



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category in the 1970 census but were in- 
cluded in the "Asian and Pacific Islander" 
category in 1980. Second, "Other Asian 
and Pacific Islander" groups such as Cam- 
bodian, Laotian, Pakistani, and Fijian were 
identified and tabulated as Asian and 
Pacific Islander in sample tabulations in the 
1980 census; in 1970, most of these 
groups were included in the "Other" race 
category. 

In 1980, data were collected separately 
for Hawaiians and Koreans in all States, 
but in 1970 data for the two groups were 
not collected for Alaska. (On the 1 970 cen- 
sus questionnaire used in Alaska, Eskimo 
and Aleut were substituted for these two 
categories.) Since the numbers of Hawai- 
ians and Koreans were small in Alaska, this 
questionnaire change does not have a ma- 
jor impact on the comparability of the 1 980 
and 1970 data for Hawaiians and Koreans 
at the national level. 

Spanish/Hispanic Origin of the 
Householder — The data on Spanish/ 
Hispanic origin or descent of householder 
were derived from answers to ques- 
tion 7, for the person listed in column 1 of 
the census questionnaire (see appendix E). 

Persons of Spanish/Hispanic origin or 
descent are those who reported either 
Mexican, Puerto Rican, Cuban, or other 
Spanish/Hispanic origin in question 7. 
Persons who reported "Other Spanish/ 
Hispanic" origin are those whose origin 
is from Spain or the Spanish-speaking 
countries of Central or South America, 
or they are persons identifying their 
origin or descent as being Spanish, 
Spanish-American, Hispano, Latino, etc. 
Origin or descent can be regarded as the 
ancestry, nationality group, lineage, or 
country in which the person or person's 
parents or ancestors were born before their 
arrival in the United States. It is important 
to note that persons of Spanish origin may 
be of any race. In this report, data are 
presented for housing units classified by 
the Spanish origin of the householder. 

Persons of more than one Spanish origin 
and persons of both a Spanish and another 
origin who were in doubt as to how to re- 
port a specific origin were classified accord- 
ing to the origin of the person's mother. If 
a single origin could not be provided for the 
person's mother, the first origin reported 
by the person was recorded. 

If the householder failed to respond to 
the Spanish/Hispanic origin question, a 
response was assigned by computer in the 



sample edit operation according to 
available related information such as 
ancestry and place of birth reported 
for the householder. If such information 
was not reported, origin was assigned 
from entries of other household 
members using specific rules of 
precedence of household relationship. If 
no origin was reported for any household 
member (excluding a paid employee), then 
an origin was assigned from another 
household with a householder of the same 
race. This procedure is a variation of the 
general allocation process described in Ap- 
pendix D, "Accuracy of the Data." 

Limitations of the Data on Householders 
of Spanish/Hispanic Origin — A prelimi- 
nary evaluation study of the reporting in 
the 1 980 census item on Spanish origin in- 
dicated that there was misreporting in the 
Mexican origin category by White and 
Black persons in certain areas. The study 
results showed evidence that the misre- 
porting occurred mainly in the South 
(excluding Texas), the Northeast 
(excluding the New York City area), 
and a few States in the North Central 
Region. Also, results based on available 
data suggest that the impact of potential 
misreporting of Mexican origin in the 1980 
census is severe in those portions of the 
above-mentioned regions where the 
Spanish origin population is generally 
sparse. However, 1 980 census data on the 
Mexican origin population or total Spanish 
origin population, at the national level, are 
not seriously affected by the reporting prob- 
lem. For a more detailed discussion of the 
evaluation of the Spanish origin item, see 
the 1980 Population Census Supplemen- 
tary reports, Series PC80-S1-7, "Persons 
of Spanish Origin by State: 1980. " 

Comparability Between Sample and 100- 
Percent Data on Householders of 
Spanish/Hispanic Origin — The data on 
householders of Spanish origin shown in 
this report may differ from comparable 
figures shown in other 1980 census 
reports. Such differences are the result of 
sampling variability, nonsampling error, 
and more extensive edit procedures per- 
formed for the Spanish origin item on the 
sample questionnaires. The data in this 
report are based on a sample, whereas cer- 
tain other reports (e.g., the HC80-1-A 
series) present data based on 100-percent 
tabulations. Sample data are subject to 
sampling variability, as explained in Appen- 
dix D, " Accuracy of the Data." 



Information now available indicates that, 
since the effects of the more extensive edit 
were generally limited, the 100-percent 
tabulations are usually the preferable 
source for data on householders of 
Spanish origin. That is, in the case of 
figures available for Spanish origin groups, 
both in this report and for corresponding 
areas in the HC80-1-A report, the latter 
source is usually the preferred one In the 
case of distributions for subjects covered 
only on a sample basis (e.g., units in struc- 
ture, mortgage status and selected monthly 
owner costs, gross rent, etc.), the sam- 
ple figures are the only data available and 
should be used within the context of the 
sampling variability associated with them. 

Comparability With 1970 Census Data 
on Householders of Spanish Origin and 
Householders of Spanish Heritage — The 

1980 census figures on householders of 
Spanish origin are not directly comparable 
with the 1970 census data on householders 
of Spanish origin because of a number of fac- 
tors; namely, overall improvements in the 
1980 census, better 'coverage of the popula- 
tion, improved question design, and an effec- 
tive public relations campaign by the Census 
Bureau with the assistance of national and 
community ethnic groups. These efforts at 
census improvements explain, in part, the 
large increase in the number of Hispanics 
over 1970. Also, these efforts undoubtly 
resulted in the inclusion of a sizable but 
unknown number of persons of Spanish/ 
Hispanic origin who are in the country 
in other than legal status. 

In the 1980 census Spanish origin ques- 
tion, specific changes in design from the 
1970 question included the placement of the 
category "No (not Spanish/Hispanic)" as the 
first category in that question. (The cor- 
responding category appeared last in the 
1970 question.) Also, the 1970 category 
"Central or South American" was deleted 
from the 1980 question because in 1970 
some respondents misinterpreted the 
category. Furthermore, the designations 
"Mexican-American" and "Chicano" were 
added to the Spanish origin question in 1 980. 
In the 1970 census, the question on Spanish 
origin was asked of only a 5-percent sample 
of the population; in the 1980 census, the 
Spanish origin question was asked of 
everyone in the Nation. 

The 1970 Census Metropolitan Housing 
Characteristics reports present data on hous- 
ing units occupied by householders of 
Spanish heritage. In the 1970 census, the 



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category Spanish heritage was created to 
consolidate data for Spanish ancestry per- 
sons in various parts of the United States. The 
Spanish heritage population, therefore, was 
specifically termed when reference was made 
to particular areas. For example, in five 
southwestern States (Arizona, California, Col- 
orado, New Mexico, and Texas) the popula- 
tion of Spanish heritage was specified as the 
population of Spanish language or surname; 
in three mid-Atlantic States (New York, New 
Jersey, and Pennsylvania), as the population 
of Puerto Rican birth or parentage; and in the 
remaining 42 States and the District of Col- 
umbia, as the population of Spanish 
language. The information for the population 
of Spanish heritage was obtained from the 
15-percent sample of the census question- 
naires. Data for this group of householders 
are not comparable to the 1980 census data 
on householders of Spanish origin which 
were based only on responses to the specific 
census question on Spanish/Hispanic origin 
for the person listed in column 1 of the cen- 
sus questionnaire. 

UTILIZATION CHARACTERISTICS 

Persons— All persons occupying the housing 
unit are included. These persons include not 
only occupants related to the householder but 
also any lodgers, roomers, boarders, part- 
ners, roommates, wards, foster children, and 
resident employees who share the living 
quarters of the householder. The data on 
"Persons in unit" show the number of hous- 
ing units occupied by the specified number of 
persons. "Total persons" is the total number 
of persons living in the housing units in the 
particular category. 

Rooms— The statistics on "Rooms" are in 
terms of the number of housing units with a 
specified number of rooms (see question H7 
in appendix E). The intent of this question is 
to count the number of whole rooms used for 
living purposes. For each unit they include liv- 
ing rooms, dining rooms, kitchens, 
bedrooms, finished recreation rooms, enclos- 
ed porches suitable for year-round use, and 
lodger's rooms. Excluded are strip or pullman 
kitchens, bathrooms, open porches, 
balconies, halls, half-rooms, utility rooms, 
unfinished attics or basements, or other un- 
finished space used for storage. A partially 
divided room is a separate room only if there 
is a partition from floor to ceiling. 

Persons Per Room— "Persons per room" is 
a derived measure obtained by dividing the 



number of persons in each occupied housing 
unit by the number of rooms in the unit. The 
figures shown refer, therefore, to the number 
of occupied housing units having the 
specified ratio of persons per room. 

Bedrooms— The number of "Bedrooms" in 
the unit is the count of rooms used mainly for 
sleeping, even if also used for other purposes. 
Rooms reserved for sleeping, such as guest 
rooms, even though used infrequently, are 
counted as bedrooms. On the other hand, 
rooms used mainly for other purposes, even 
though used also for sleeping, such as a living 
room with a sofa bed, are not considered 
bedrooms. A housing unit consisting of only 
one room, such as a one-room efficiency 
apartment, is classified, by definition, as hav- 
ing no bedroom (see question H24 in appen- 
dix E). 



STRUCTURAL CHARACTERISTICS 

Year Structure Built— "Year structure 
built" refers to when the building was first 

constructed, not when it was remodeled, 
added to, or converted. For a houseboat or 
mobile home or trailer, the manufacturer's 
model year is assumed to be the year built. 
The figures shown in this report relate to the 
number of units in structures built during the 
specified periods and in existence at the time 
of enumeration (see question H18 in appen- 
dix E). 

Units in Structure— A structure is a 
separate building that either has open space 
on all sides or is separated from other struc- 
tures by dividing walls that extend from 
ground to roof. In the determination of the 
number of units in a structure, all housing 
units, both occupied and vacant, were 
counted. The statistics are presented for the 
number of housing units in structures of 
specified type and size, not for the number of 
residential buildings. The category "Mobile 
home or trailer, etc." includes mobile homes, 
trailers, boats, tents, vans, etc. (see question 
H13 in appendix E). 

Stories in Structure— The count of stories 
(floors) in structure includes basements or at- 
tics if these contain finished rooms for living 
purposes (see question H14a in appendix E). 

Passenger Elevator— Statistics on elevator 
in structure are presented for housing units in 
structures with four or more stories or floors. 
If the housing units in structures with four or 



more stories have an elevator used only for 
freight, the units are not included in the 
category "With elevator" (see question 
H14b in appendix E). 

PLUMBING CHARACTERISTICS 

Plumbing Facilities — The category 
"Complete plumbing for exclusive use" con- 
sists of units which have hot and cold piped 
water, a flush toilet, and a bathtub or shower 
inside the housing unit for the exclusive use 
of the occupants of the unit. "Lacking com- 
plete plumbing for exclusive use" includes 
those conditions when (1) all three specified 
plumbing facilities are present inside the unit, 
but are also used by another household; (2) 
some but not all the facilities are present; or 
(3) none of the three specified plumbing 
facilities is present (see question H6 in appen- 
dix E). 

Comparability With 1970 Census Plumb- 
ing Facilities Data-in 1970, there were 
separate questions on the presence of hot 
and cold piped water, a bathtub or shower, 
and a flush toilet. For 1 980, these three items 
were combined into a single question on 
plumbing facilities. In addition, the facilities 
must be inside the housing unit rather than in- 
side the structure as in 1970. 



EQUIPMENT AND FUELS 

Heating Equipment— Respondents were 
asked to report the type of heating equipment 
used as the primary source of heat for their 
housing unit. The categories shown in the 
report are: (1) steam or hot water system; (2) 
central warm-air furnace or electric heat 
pump; (3) other built-in electric units; (4) 
floor, wall, or pipeless furnace; and (5) other 
means. "Other means" includes room 
heaters with flue or vent that burn gas, oil, or 
kerosene; nonportable room heaters without 
flue or vent that burn gas, oil, or kerosene; 
and fireplaces, stoves, or portable room 
heaters of any kind that can be picked up and 
moved. A central heating system includes 
types ( 1 ) through (4) listed above. For vacant 
units which have had the heating equipment 
removed, the kind of equipment used by the 
previous occupants is considered to be the 
heating equipment for the unit (see question 
H20 in appendix E). 

Comparability With 1970 Census 
Heating Equipment Data — In 1970, central 



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heat pumps were included as part of the 
category "Warm-air furnace" and individual 
room heat pumps were included in the 
category "Built-in electric units." In 1980, 
heat pumps have been combined and are in- 
cluded in this report in the category "Central 
warm-air furnace or electric heat pump." 

Air Conditioning — "Air conditioning" is 
defined as the cooling of air by a refrigeration 
unit. It does not include evaporative coolers, 
fans, or blowers which are not connected to a 
refrigeration unit; however, it does include 
heat pumps. A central system is an installa- 
tion which air conditions a number of rooms. 
In an apartment building, such a system may 
cool all apartments in the building, each 
apartment may have its own central system, 
or there may be several systems, each pro- 
viding central air conditioning for a group of 
apartments. A system with individual room 
controls is a central system. A room unit is an 
individual air conditioner which is installed in 
a window or an outside wall and is generally 
intended to cool one room, although it may 
sometimes be used to cool more than one 
room (see question H27 in appendix E). 

Vehicles Available— Data for this item refer 
to the number of households with vehicles 
available at home for the use of the members 
of the household. Included in this item are 
passenger cars, pickup trucks, small panel 
trucks of one-ton capacity or less, as well as 
station wagons, company cars, and taxicabs 
kept at home for use of household members. 
Cars rented or leased for 1 month or more; 
police and government cars kept at home; 
and company vans and trucks of 1-ton 
capacity or less are also included if kept at 
home and used for nonbusiness purposes. 
Dismantled cars, immobile cars used as a 
source of power for some piece of 
machinery, and cars, vans, and trucks kept at 
home but used only for business purposes are 
excluded. The statistics do not reflect the 
number of vehicles privately owned or the 
number of households owning vehicles (see 
questions H28 and H29 in appendix E). 

Comparability With 1970 Census 
Automobiles Available Data— In 1 970, on- 
ly data on the number of households with 
automobiles which were owned or regularly 
used by members of the household were ob- 
tained. Taxicabs, pickups, or large trucks 
were not counted. In 1980, the data on 
automobiles available include taxicabs if kept 
at home for use of household members but 
exclude pickups or larger trucks. Separate 



data were obtained in 1980 on the number of 
housing units with vans or trucks of 1-ton 
capacity or less kept at home for use of 
members of the household- 
Fuels Used for House Heating and Water 
Heating— "Utility gas" is gas piped through 
underground pipes from a central system that 
serves the neighborhood. "Bottled, tank, or 
LP gas" is stored in tanks which are refilled or 
exchanged when empty. "Fuel oil, kerosene, 
etc." includes fuel oil, kerosene, gasoline, 
alcohol, and other combustible liquids. For 
data on house heating fuel, the category 
"Other" includes any other fuel such as pur- 
chased steam, coal dust, briquettes made of 
pitch and sawdust, waste materials such as 
corn cobs, etc. For data on water heating 
fuel, the category "Other" also includes coal 
or coke, and wood (see question H21 in ap- 
pendix E). 



FINANCIAL CHARACTERISTICS 

Value— Value is the respondent's estimate of 
how much the property (house and lot) would 
sell for, if it were for sale (see question H1 1 in 
appendix E). 

Value is tabulated for certain kinds of hous- 
ing units. Value statistics are presented for 
"Specified owner-occupied" housing units. 
These "specified" housing units include only 
one-family houses on less than 10 acres 
without a commercial establishment or 
medical office on the property. The data ex- 
clude owner-occupied condominium housing 
units, mobile homes, trailers, boats, tents, or 
vans occupied as a usual residence, as well 
as owner-occupied noncondominium units in 
multi-family buildings. The "Specified owner- 
occupied" universes are the same for the 
value tabulation and the mortgage status and 
selected monthly owner costs tabulation. 

Price Asked— For vacant for sale only hous- 
ing units, the price asked is the amount asked 
for the property at the time of enumeration. 
The statistics on price asked are shown for 
"Specified vacant for sale only" housing 
units, which include vacant for sale only one- 
family houses on less than 10 acres without a 
commercial establishment or medical office 
on the property. The data also exclude con- 
dominium units and mobile homes. 

Mortgage Status and Selected Monthly 
Owner Costs— The data are presented for 
"Specified owner-occupied" housing units. 
These "specified" housing units include only 



one-family houses on less than 10 acres 
without a commercial establishment or 
medical office on the property. The data ex- 
clude owner-occupied condominium housing 
units, mobile homes, trailers, boats, tents, or 
vans occupied as a usual residence, as well 
as owner-occupied noncondominium units in 
multi-family buildings. Separate distributions 
of owner costs are shown for units "With a 
mortgage" and for units "Not mortgaged." 
Selected monthly owner costs is the sum of 
payments for mortgages, deeds of trust, or 
similar debts on the property; real estate 
taxes; fire and hazard insurance on the pro- 
perty; utilities (electricity, gas, and water); 
and fuels (oil, coal, kerosene, wood, etc.) 
(see questions H30, H31, and H32 in appen- 
dix E). 

Mortgage Status and Selected Monthly 
Owner Costs as a Percentage of 
Household Income in 1979— Selected 
monthly housing costs is expressed as a 
percentage of monthly household income 
(total household income in 1979 divided by 
12). The percentage is presented for the 
same owner-occupied units for which 
selected monthly owner costs was tabulated; 
thus, the statistics reflect the exclusion of cer- 
tain owner-occupied units. The percentage 
was computed separately for each unit and 
was rounded to the nearest whole number. 
Units occupied by households that reported 
no income or a net loss comprise the 
category "Not computed." 

Rent— The statistics on rent are tabulated for 
"Specified renter-occupied" housing units 
and for "Specified vacant for rent" housing 
units which include renter units except one- 
family houses on 10 or more acres. 
Respondents were asked to report rent only 
for the housing unit enumerated and to ex- 
clude any rent paid for additional units or for 
business premises. Renter units occupied 
without payment of cash rent are shown 
separately as "No cash rent" in the rent 
tabulations. 

Contract Rent. "Contract rent" is the 
monthly rent agreed to, or contracted for, 
regardless of any furnishings, utilities, or 
services that may be included (see ques- 
tion H12 in appendix E). 

Gross Rent. The computed rent termed 
"Gross rent" is the contract rent plus the 
estimated average monthly cost of utilities 
(electricity, gas, and water) and fuels (oil, 
coal, kerosene, wood, etc.) if these are 



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paid for by the renter (or paid for the renter 
by someone else) in addition to rent. Gross 
rent is intended to eliminate differentials 
which result from varying practices with 
respect to the inclusion of utilities and 
fuels as part of the rental payment. The 
estimated costs of water and fuels are 
reported on a yearly basis but are con- 
verted to monthly figures in the computa- 
tion process (see questions H12 and H22 
in appendix E). 

Rent Asked. For "Specified vacant for 
rent" housing units, the rent asked is the 
amount asked for the rental of the unit at 
the time of enumeration. 

Gross Rent as a Percentage of Household 
Income in 1979— Monthly gross rent is ex- 
pressed as a percentage of monthly 
household income (total household income in 
1979 divided by 12). The percentage is 
presented for the same renter-occupied units 
for which gross rent was tabulated; thus, the 
statistics reflect the exclusion of certain 
renter-occupied units. The percentage was 
computed separately for each unit and was 
rounded to the nearest whole number. Units 
for which no cash rent is paid and units oc- 
cupied by households that reported no in- 
come or a net loss comprise the category 
"Not computed." 

Household Income in 1979 — Household 
income is the sum of the money income of all 
persons 1 5 years old and over occupying the 
housing unit, including persons not related to 
the householder. Data on income are based 
on money income received in the calendar 
year 1 979. Income is the algebraic sum of the 
amounts reported separately for wage and 
salary income; nonfarm net self-employment 
income; farm net self-employment income; 
interest, dividend, net rental or royalty in- 
come; Social Security or Railroad Retirement 
income; public assistance or welfare income; 
and all other income. The figures represent 
the amount of income received before deduc- 
tions for personal income taxes, Social 
Security, bond purchases, union dues, 
medicare deductions, etc. 



Receipts from the following sources were 
not included as income: money received from 
the sale of property (unless the recipient was 
engaged in the business of selling such pro- 
perty); the value of income "in kind" from 
food stamps, public housing subsidies, 
medical care, employer's contributions for 
pensions, etc.; withdrawal of bank deposits; 
money borrowed;, tax refunds; exchange of 
money between relatives living in the same 
household; gifts and lump-sum inheritances, 
insurance payments, and other types of 
lump-sum receipts. 

Although the income statistics cover the 
calendar year 1979, the composition of 
households refers to the time of enumeration 
(April 1 , 1 980). However, the composition of 
most households was the same during 1979 
as in April 1980. There may be differences 
between the data on household income in 
1979 in this report and similar data shown in 
the reports, Summary Characteristics for 
Governmental Units and Standard 
Metropolitan Statistical Areas, PHC80-3, and 
in the Supplementary Reports, Advance 
Estimates of Social, Economic, and Housing 
Characteristics, PHC80-S2. Any such dif- 
ferences are a result of errors in the income 
data which were corrected after the release of 
the PHC80-3 and the PHC80-S2 reports. 

Median Income — The median income 
values presented in this report are computed 
on the basis of more detailed income intervals 
than shown in the tables. Median income 
figures of $30,000 or less are generally 
calculated using linear interpolation; all other 
median income amounts are derived through 
pareto interpolation. 

Comparability With 1970 Census In- 
come Data— In 1970, the statistics on in- 
come presented in Series HC80-2, 
Metropolitan Housing Characteristics reports 
related to the income of the family or primary 
individual occupying the housing unit; that is, 
the sum of the income of the head of the 
family and all other members of the family 14 
years old and over or the income of the 
primary individual. Income of persons living in 



the unit but not related to the head of 
household was not included. In 1980, the 
statistics on income relate to the income of 
the household; that is, the sum of the income 
of all persons 15 years old and over occupy- 
ing a housing unit, including persons not 
related to the householder. 

A discussion on comparability of income 
data from other sources including earlier cen- 
suses may be found in the 1980 Census of 
Population reports, General Social and 
Economic Characteristics, PC80-1-C. 

Poverty Status in 1979 — Households are 
classified below the poverty level when the 
total 1 979 income of the family or of the non- 
family householder is below the appropriate 
poverty threshold. The income of persons liv- 
ing in the household who are unrelated to the 
householder is not considered when deter- 
mining the poverty status of a household. The 
poverty thresholds vary depending upon 
three criteria: size of family, number of 
children, and age of the family householder or 
unrelated individual. The criteria used in the 
1 980 census differ slightly from those used in 
the 1970 census, which took into account 
the same three factors as well as sex of the 
family householder or unrelated individual 
and farm-nonfarm residence. In addition, for 
the 1980 census the thresholds by size of 
family were extended from seven or more 
persons to nine or more persons. The income 
cutoffs are updated each year to reflect the 
change in the Consumer Price Index. A more 
detailed explanation of the poverty definition 
may be found in the 1980 Census of Popula- 
tion reports, General Social and Economic 
Characteristics, PC80-1-C. 

There may be slight differences between 
the data on poverty status in 1979 in this 
report and similar data shown in the reports, 
Summary Characteristics for Governmental 
Units and Standard Metropolitan Statistical 
Areas, PHC80-3, and in the Supplementary 
Reports, Advance Estimates of Social, 
Economic, and Housing Characteristics, 
PHC80-S2. Any such differences are a result 
of errors in the income data which were cor- 
rected after the release of the PHC80-3 and 
the PHC80-S2 reports. 



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Thresholds at the Poverty Level in 1 979 by Size of Family and Number of Related Children Under 1 8 Years 



(Figures in dollars. For meaning of symbols, see Introduction) 



Size of Family Unit 



1 person (unrelated individual) 

Under 65 years 

65 years and over 

2 persons , 

Householder under 65 years... 
Householder 65 years and over 

3 persons , 

4 persons , 

5 persons , 

6 persons 

7 persons , 

8 persons , 

9 or more persons 



Weighted 

average 

thresholds 



3,686 
3,774 
3,479 

4,723 
4,876 
4,389 

5,787 

7,412 

8,776 

9,915 

11,237 

12,484 

14,812 



Related children under 18 years 



3,686 
3,774 
3,479 

4,72 3 
4,858 
4,385 

5,674 

7,482 
9,023 
10,378 
11,941 
13,356 
16,066 



5,000 
4,981 

5,839 
7,605 
9,154 
10,419 
12,016 
13,473 
16,144 



5,844 
7,356 
8,874 
10,205 
11,759 
13,231 
15,929 



7,382 

8,657 

9,999 

11,580 

13,018 

15,749 



8,525 

9,693 

11,246 

12,717 

15,453 



9,512 
10,857 
12,334 
15,046 



10,429 
11,936 
14,677 



11,835 
14,586 



14,024 



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Appendix C— General Enumeration and Processing Procedures 



USUAL PLACE OF RESIDENCE. . C-1 

Armed Forces C— 1 

Crews of Merchant Vessels .... C— 1 

Persons Away at School C— 1 

Persons in Institutions C— 1 

Persons Away From Their 

Residence on Census Day .... C— 1 

Americans Abroad C— 2 

Citizens of Foreign Countries. . . C— 2 

DATA COLLECTION 

PROCEDURES C-2 

PROCESSING PROCEDURES. . . . C-2 



USUAL PLACE OF RESIDENCE 

In accordance with census practice dating 
back to the first U.S. census in 1790, 
each person enumerated in the 1980 
census was counted as an inhabitant 
of his or her "usual place of residence," 
which is generally construed to mean 
the place where the person lives and 
sleeps most of the time. This place is 
not necessarily the same as the person's 
legal residence or voting residence. In 
the vast majority of cases, however, the 
use of these different bases of classifica- 
tion would produce substantially the 
same statistics, although there might be 
appreciable differences for a few areas. 
The implementation of this practice 
has resulted in the establishment of 
residence rules for certain categories of 
persons whose usual place of residence is 
not immediately apparent. Furthermore, 
this practice means that persons were not 
always counted as residents of the place 
where they happened to be staying on 
Census Day (April 1). Persons without a 
usual place of residence, however, were 
counted where they happened to be 
staying. 

Armed Forces 

Members of the Armed Forces living 
on a military installation were counted, 
as in every previous census, as residents 
of the area in which the installation was 
located; members of the Armed Forces 
not living on a military installation were 
counted as residents of the area in which 



they were living. Family members of 
Armed Forces personnel were counted 
where they were living on Census Day 
(i.e., with the Armed Forces personnel 
or at another location, as the case might 
be). 

Each Navy ship was attributed to the 
municipality that the Department of the 
Navy designated as its homeport, except 
for those ships which were deployed to 
the 6th or 7th Fleet on Census Day. As 
was done in the 1970 census, naval per- 
sonnel aboard deployed ships were de- 
fined in the 1980 census as part of the 
overseas population, because deployment 
to the 6th or 7th Fleet implies a long- 
term overseas assignment. 

In homeports with fewer than 1,000 
naval personnel assigned to ships, the 
crews were counted aboard the ship. In 
homeports with 1,000 or more naval 
personnel assigned to ships, the naval 
personnel who indicated that they had a 
usual residence within 50 miles of the 
homeport of their ship were attributed to 
that residence. 

When a homeport designated by the 
Navy was contained in more than one 
municipality, ships homeported and 
berthed there on Census Day were as- 
signed by the Bureau of the Census to the 
municipality in which the land immedi- 
ately adjacent to the dock or pier was 
actually located. Other ships attributed 
by the Navy to that homeport, but which 
were not physically present and not 
deployed to the 6th or 7th Fleet on 
Census Day, were allocated to the munici- 
pality named on the Navy's homeport 
list. 

Crews of Merchant Vessels 

Shipboard Census Reports were mailed 
to crews of merchant vessels through the 
ships' respective owner-operators based 
on lists of U.S. flag merchant vessels 
obtained from the Maritime Administra- 
tion, U.S. Department of Commerce. 
If the ship was berthed in a U.S. 
port on Census Day, the crew was enu- 
merated as of that port. If the ship was 



not berthed in a U.S. port but was inside 
the territorial waters of the United States, 
the crew was enumerated as of (a) the 
port of destination if that port was inside 
the United States or (b) the homeport 
of the ship if its port of destination was 
outside the United States. Crews of 
U.S. flag vessels which were outside U.S. 
territorial waters on Census Day and 
crews of vessels flying a foreign flag were 
not enumerated in the 1980 census. 

Persons Away at School 

College students were counted as resi- 
dents of the area in which they were 
living while attending college, as they 
have been since 1950. However, children 
in boarding schools below the college level 
were counted at their parental home. 

Persons in Institutions 

Inmates of institutions, who ordinarily 
live there for considerable periods of 
time, were counted as residents of the 
area where the institution was located. 
Patients in short-term wards (general, 
maternity, etc.) of hospitals were counted 
at their usual place of residence; if they 
had no usual place of residence, they 
were counted at the hospital. 

Persons Away From Their 
Residence on Census Day 

Persons in hotels, motels, etc., on the 
night of March 31, 1980, were requested 
to fill out a census form for assignment of 
their census information back to their 
homes if they indicated that no one was 
at home to report them in the census. 
A similar approach was used for persons 
visiting in private residences, as well as 
for Americans who left the United 
States during March 1980 via major 
intercontinental air or ship carriers for 
temporary travel abroad. In addition, 
information on persons away from their 
usual place of residence was obtained 
from other members of their families, 
resident managers, neighbors, etc. If an 
entire household was expected to be 



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away during the whole period of the 
enumeration, information on that house- 
hold was obtained from neighbors. A 
matching process was used to eliminate 
duplicate reports for persons who re- 
ported for themselves while away from 
their usual residence and who were also 
reported at this usual residence by some- 
one else. 

A special enumeration was conducted 
in such facilities as missions, flophouses, 
jails, detention centers, etc., on the night 
of April 6, 1980, and persons enumerated 
therein were counted as residents of the 
area in which the establishment was 
located. 

Americans Abroad 

Americans who were overseas for an 
extended period (in the Armed Forces, 
working at civilian jobs, studying in 
foreign universities, etc.) were not in- 
cluded in the population of any State 
or f he District of Columbia. On the other 
hand, Americans who were temporarily 
abroad on vacations, business trips, and 
the like were counted at their usual 
residence in the United States. 

Citizens of Foreign Countries 

Citizens of foreign countries having their 
usual residence (legally or illegally) in 
the United States on Census Day, in- 
cluding those working here (but not 
living at an embassy, ministry, legation, 
chancellery, or consulate) and those 
attending school (but not living at an 
embassy, etc.), were included in the 
enumeration, as were members of their 
families living with them. However, 
citizens of foreign countries temporarily 
visiting or traveling in the United States 
or living on the premises of an embassy, 
etc., were not enumerated in the 1980 
census. 

DATA COLLECTION 
PROCEDURES 

The 1980 census was conducted primarily 
through self-enumeration. A census ques- 
tionnaire was delivered by postal carriers 
to every housing unit several days before 
Census Day, April 1, 1980. This question- 
naire included explanatory information 
and was accompanied by an instruction 
guide. Spanish-language versions of the 
questionnaire and instruction guide were 
available on request. The questionnaire 



was also available in narrative translation 
in 32 languages. 

In most areas of the United States, 
altogether containing about 95 percent 
of the population, the householder was 
requested to fill out and mail back the 
questionnaire on Census Day. Approxi- 
mately 83 percent of these households 
returned their forms by mail. Households 
that did not mail back a form and vacant 
housing units were visited by an enumera- 
tor. Households that returned a form 
with incomplete or inconsistent infor- 
mation that exceeded a specified tolerance 
were contacted by telephone or, if neces- 
sary, by a personal visit, to obtain the 
missing information. 

In the remaining (mostly sparsely 
settled) area of the country, which 
contained about 5 percent of the popu- 
lation, the householder was requested 
to fill out t"he questionnaire and hold 
it until visited by an enumerator. Incom- 
plete and unfilled forms were completed 
by interview during the enumerator's 
visit. Vacant units were enumerated by a 
personal visit and observation. 

Each housing unit in the country re- 
ceived one of two versions of the census 
questionnaire: a short-form questionnaire 
containing a limited number of basic 
population and housing questions or a 
long-form questionnaire containing these 
basic questions as well as a number of 
additional questions. A sampling pro- 
cedure was used to determine those 
units which were to receive the long- 
form questionnaire. Two sampling rates 
were employed. For most of the country, 
one in every six housing units (about 
17 percent) received the long form or 
sample questionnaire; in counties, incor- 
porated places and minor civil divisions 
estimated to have fewer than 2,500 inhab- 
itants, every other housing unit (50 per- 
cent) received the sample questionnaire 
to enhance the reliability of sample data 
in small areas. 

Special questionnaires were used for 
the enumeration of persons in group 
quarters such as colleges and universities, 
hospitals, prisons, military installations, 
and ships. These forms contained the 
population questions but did not include 
any housing questions. In addition to 
the regular census questionnaires, the 
Supplementary Questionnaire for Ameri- 
can Indians was used in conjunction with 
the short form on Federal and State 
reservations and in the historic areas of 



Oklahoma (excluding urbanized areas) 
for households that had at least one 
American Indian, Eskimo, or Aleut 
household member. 

PROCESSING PROCEDURES 

The 1980 census questionnaires were 
processed in a manner similar to that for 
the 1970 and 1960 censuses. They were 
designed to be processed electronically 
by the Film Optical Sensing Device for 
Input to Computer (FOSDIC). For most 
items on the questionnaire, the informa- 
tion supplied by the respondent or 
obtained by the enumerator was indicated 
by marking the answers in predesignated 
positions that would be "read" by 
FOSDIC from a microfilm copy of the 
questionnaire and transferred onto com- 
puter tape with no intervening manual 
processing. The computer tape did not 
include information on individual names 
and addresses. 

The data processing was performed in 
two stages. For 100-percent data, all 
short forms, and pages 2 and 3 of the 
long forms (which have the same questions 
as the short form), were microfilmed, 
"read" by FOSDIC, and transferred 
'onto computer tape for tabulation. For 
the sample data, the long form (or 
sample) questionnaires were processed 
through manual coding operations since 
some questions required the respondent 
to provide write-in entries which could 
not be read by FOSDIC. Census Bureau 
coders assigned alphabetical or numerical 
codes to the write-in answers in FOSDIC 
readable code boxes on each question- 
naire. After all coding was completed, 
the long forms were microfilmed, and the 
film was "read" by FOSDIC and trans- 
ferred onto computer tape. 

The tape containing the information 
from the questionnaires was processed 
on the Census Bureau's computers 
through a number of editing and tabu- 
lation steps. Among the products of this 
operation were computer tapes from 
which the tables in this report (and 
most others in the 1980 census pub- 
lications) were prepared on phototype- 
setting equipment at the Government 
Printing Office. 

A more detailed description of the 
data collection and processing procedures 
can be obtained from the 1980 Census of 
Population and Housing, Users' Guide, 
PHC80-R1. 









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INTRODUCTION D-1 

SAMPLE DESIGN D-1 

ERRORS IN THE DATA D-1 

Calculation of Standard Errors . D— 2 

Totals and Percentages D— 2 

Differences D— 2 

Means D— 2 

Medians D— 2 

Confidence Intervals D— 3 

Use of Tables to Compute 

Standard Errors D— 3 

ESTIMATION PROCEDURE .... D-3 
CONTROL OF NONSAMPLING 

ERROR D-5 

Undercoverage D— 5 

Respondent and Enumerator 

Error D-5 

Processing Error D— 6 

Nonresponse D— 6 

EDITING OF UNACCEPTABLE 

DATA D-6 

ALLOCATION TABLES D-6 

INTRODUCTION 

The data presented in this publication are 
based on the 1980 census sample. The 
data are estimates of the actual figures 
that would have resulted from a complete 
count. Estimates can be expected to vary 
from the complete count result because 
they are subject to two basic types of 
error— sampling and nonsampling. The 
sampling error in the data arises from the 
selection of persons and housing units to 
be included in the sample. The nonsam- 
pling error is the result of all other errors 
that may occur during the collection and 
processing phases of the census. A more 
detailed discussion of both sampling and 
nonsampling error and a description of 
the estimation procedure are given in this 
appendix. 



SAMPLE DESIGN 

While every person and housing unit in 
the 1980 census was enumerated on a 



questionnaire that requested certain basic 
demographic information (e.g., age, num- 
ber of rooms in living quarters, monthly 
rent), a sample of persons and housing 
units was enumerated on a questionnaire 
that requested additional information. 
The basic sampling unit for the 1980 
census was the housing unit, including 
ail occupants. For persons living in group 
quarters, the sampling unit was the 
person. Two sampling rates were em- 
ployed. In counties, incorporated places 
and minor civil divisions estimated to 
have fewer than 2,500 persons (based on 
precensus estimates), one-half of all 
housing units and persons in group 
quarters were to be included in the 
sample. In all other areas, one-sixth of 
the housing units or persons in group 
quarters were sampled. The purpose of 
this scheme was to provide relatively 
more reliable estimates for small areas. 
When both sampling rates were taken 
into account across the Nation, approxi- 
mately 19 percent of the Nation's hous- 
ing units were included in the census 
sample. 

The sample designation method de- 
pended on the data collection procedures. 
In areas containing about 95 percent of 
the population the census was taken by 
the mailout/mailback procedure. For 
these areas, the Bureau of the Census 
either purchased a commercial mailing list 
which was updated and corrected by 
Census Bureau field staff, or prepared a 
mailing list by canvassing and listing each 
address in the area prior to Census Day. 
These lists were computerized, and every 
sixth unit (for 1-in-6 areas) or every 
second unit (for 1-in-2 areas) was desig- 
nated as a sample unit by computer. 
Both of these lists were also corrected by 
the Post Office. 

In non-mailout/mailback areas, a blank 
listing book with designated sample lines 
(every sixth or every second line) was 
prepared for the enumerator. Beginning 
about Census Day, the enumerator sys- 



tematically canvassed the area and listed 
all housing units in the listing book in the 
order they were encountered. Completed 
questionnaires, including sample informa- 
tion for any housing unit which was 
listed on a designated sample line, were 
collected. 

In both types of data collection pro- 
cedure areas, an enumerator was re- 
sponsible for a small geographic area 
known as an enumeration district, or ED. 
An ED usually represented the average 
workload area for one enumerator. 



ERRORS IN THE DATA 

Since the data in this publication are 
based on a sample, they may differ 
somewhat from complete-count figures 
that would have been obtained if all 
housing units, persons within those hous- 
ing units, and persons living in group 
quarters had been enumerated using the 
same questionnaires, instructions, enu- 
merators, etc. The deviation of a sample 
estimate from the average of all possible 
samples is called the sampling error. The 
standard error of a survey estimate is a 
measure of the variation among the esti- 
mates from the possible samples and thus 
is a measure of the precision with which 
an estimate from a particular sample 
approximates the average result of all 
possible samples. The sample estimate 
and its estimated standard error permit 
the construction of interval estimates 
with prescribed confidence that the inter- 
val includes the average result of all 
possible samples. The method of calcu- 
lating standard errors and confidence 
intervals for the data in this report is 
given below. 

In addition to the variability which 
arises from the sampling procedures, both 
sample data and complete-count data are 
subject to nonsampling error. Nonsam- 
pling error may be introduced during 
each of the many extensive and complex 



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operations used to collect and process 
census data. For example, operations 
such as editing, reviewing, or handling 
questionnaires may introduce error into 
the data. A more detailed discussion of 
the sources of nonsampling error is given 
in the section on "Control of Nonsam- 
pling Error" in this appendix. 

Nonsampling error may affect the data 
in two ways. Errors that are introduced 
randomly will increase the variability of 
the data and should therefore be reflected 
in the standard error. Errors that tend to 
be consistent in one direction will make 
both sample and complete-count data 
biased in that direction. For example, if 
respondents consistently tend to under- 
report their income, then the resulting 
counts of households or families by in- 
come category will be skewed toward the 
lower income categories. Such biases are 
not reflected in the standard error. 



Calculation of Standard Errors 

Totals and Percentages— Tables A through 
D in this appendix contain the informa- 
tion necessary to calculate the standard 
errors of sample estimates in this report. 
In order to perform this calculation, 
it is necessary to know the unadjusted 
standard error for the characteristic, given 
in table A or B, that would result under a 
simple random sample design (of persons, 
families, or housing units) and estimation 
technique; the adjustment factor for the 
particular characteristic estimated, given 
in table C; and the number of housing 
units in the tabulation area and the 
percent of these in sample, given in 
table D. The adjustment factors reflect 
the effects of the actual sample design 
and complex ratio estimation procedure 
used for the 1980 census. 

To calculate the approximate standard 
error of an estimate for a geographic area, 
follow the steps given below: 

a. Obtain the unadjusted standard 
error from table A or B (or from 
the formula given below the table) 
for the estimated total or per- 
centage, respectively. 

b. Find the geographic area with 
which you are working in table D 
and obtain the housing unit "per- 
cent in sample" figure for this area. 

c. Use table C to obtain the factor 
for the characteristics (e.g., air- 



conditioning, year structure built) 
and the range that contains the 
percent-in-sample with which you 
are working. Multiply the unad- 
justed standard error by this factor. 
If the estimate is a cross-tabulation 
of more than one characteristic, 
use the largest factor. 

As is evident from the formula below 
tables A and B, the unadjusted standard 
errors of zero estimates or of very small 
estimated totals or percentages approach 
zero. This is also the case for very large 
percentages or estimated totals that are 
close to the size of the tabulation areas 
to which they correspond. These esti- 
mated totals and percentages are, never- 
theless, still subject to sampling and non- 
sampling variability, and an estimated 
standard error of zero (or a very small 
standard error) is not appropriate. 

For estimated percentages that are less 
than 2 or greater than 98, use the unad- 
justed standard errors in table B that 
appear in the "2 or 98" row. For an 
estimated total that is less than 50 or 
within 50 of the total size of the tabu- 
lation area, use an unadjusted standard 
error of 16. 

An illustration of the use of the tables 
is given in a later section of this appendix. 

Differences— The standard errors esti- 
mated from these tables are not directly 
applicable to differences between two 
sample estimates. In order to estimate 
the standard error of a difference the 
tables are to be used somewhat differ- 
ently in the following three situations: 

a. For the difference between a sam- 
ple estimate and a complete-count 
value, use the standard error of the 
sample estimate. 

b. For the difference between (or sum 
of) two sample estimates, the ap- 
propriate standard error is approxi- 
mately the square root of the sum 
of the two individual standard 
errors squared; that is, for standard 
errors Se and Se of estimates 
x and y: 



Se 



(x+v) 



= Se (x-v)=V<Se > 2 + <Se 7 



This method, however, will under- 
estimate (overestimate) the stand- 
ard error if the two items in a sum 
are highly positively (negatively) 



correlated or if the two items in a 
difference are highly negatively 
(positively) correlated. This 

method may also be used for the 
difference between (or sum of) 
sample estimates from two censuses 
or between a census sample and 
another survey. The standard error 
for estimates not based on the 1980 
census sample must be obtained 
from an appropriate source outside 
of this publication, 
c. For the difference between two 
estimates, one of which is a sub- 
class of the other, use the tables 
directly where the calculated dif- 
ference is the estimate of interest. 

Means— The standard error of a mean 
depends upon the variability of the 
distribution on which the mean is based, 
the size of the sample, the sample design 
(e.g., the use of households as a sampling 
unit), and the estimation procedure used. 
An approximation to the standard 
error of the mean may be obtained as 
follows: compute the variance of the 
distribution on which the mean is based; 
multiply this value by five and divide 
the product by the total count of units 
in- the distribution; obtain the square 
root of this quotient and multiply the 
result by the adjustment factor from 
table C that is appropriate for the char- 
acteristic on which the mean is based. 

Medians— For the standard error of a 
median of a characteristic, it is necessary 
to examine the distribution from which 
the median is derived, as the size of the 
base and the distribution itself affect the 
standard error. An approximate method 
is given here. As the first step, compute 
one-half of the number on which the 
median is based (refer to this result as 
N/2). Treat N/2 as if it were an ordinary 
estimate and obtain its standard error as 
instructed above using tables A, C, and 
D. Compute the desired confidence 
interval about N/2. Starting with the 
lowest value of the characteristic, cumu- 
late the frequencies in each category 
of the characteristic until the sum equals 
or first exceeds the lower limit of the 
confidence interval about N/2. By linear 
interpolation, obtain a value of the 
characteristic corresponding to this sum. 
This is the lower limit of the confidence 
interval of the median. In a similar man- 
ner, cumulate frequencies starting from 



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the highest value of the characteristic 
until the sum equals or exceeds the count 
in excess of the upper limit of the interval 
about N/2. Interpolate as before to 
obtain the upper limit of the confidence 
interval for the estimated median. 

Confidence Intervals 

A sample estimate and its estimated 
standard error may be used to construct 
confidence intervals about the estimate. 
These intervals are ranges that will con- 
tain the average value of the estimated 
characteristic that results over all possible 
samples, with a known probability. For 
example, if all possible samples that 
could result under the 1980 census sam- 
ple design were independently selected 
and surveyed under the same conditions, 
and if the estimate and its estimated 
standard error were calculated for each of 
these samples, then: 

(1) Approximately 68 percent of the 
intervals from one estimated stand- 
ard error below the estimate to 
one estimated standard error 
above the estimate would contain 
the average result from all possible 
samples; and 

(2) Approximately 95 percent of the 
intervals from two estimated 
standard errors below the estimate 
to two estimated standard errors 
above the estimate would contain 
the average result from all possible 
samples. 

The intervals are referred to as 68 
percent and 95 percent confidence 
intervals, respectively. 

The average value of the estimated 
characteristic that could be derived from 
all possible samples is or is not contained 
in any particular computed interval. 
Thus we cannot make the statement that 
the average value has a certain probability 
of falling between the limits of the calcu- 
lated confidence interval. Rather, one 
can say with a specified probability or 
confidence that the calculated confidence 
interval includes the average estimate 
from all possible samples (approximately 
the complete count value). 

Confidence intervals may also be con- 
structed for the difference between two 
sample figures. This is done by com- 
puting the difference between these 



figures, obtaining the standard error of 
the difference (using the formula given 
earlier), and then forming a confidence 
interval for this estimated difference as 
above. One can then say with specified 
confidence that this interval includes the 
difference that would have been obtained 
by averaging the results from all possible 
samples. 

The estimated standard errors given in 
this report do not include all portions of 
the variability due to nonsampling error 
that may be present in the data. Thus, 
the standard errors calculated represent 
a lower bound of the total error. As a 
result, confidence intervals formed using 
these estimated standard errors may not 
meet the stated levels of confidence (i.e., 
68 or 95 percent). Thus, some care must 
be exercised in the interpretation of the 
data in this publication based on the 
estimated standard errors. 

For more information on confidence 
intervals and nonsampling error see any 
standard sampling theory text. 

Use of Tables to Compute Standard 
Errors 

See appendix D of any 1980 Census of 
Housing, HC-80-1-B, Detailed Housing 
Characteristics report, for examples 
showing the computation of standard 
errors and the formation of confidence 
intervals. 



ESTIMATION PROCEDURE 

The estimates which appear in this publi- 
cation were obtained from an iterative 
ratio estimation procedure which resulted 
in the assignment of a weight to each 
sample person or housing unit record. 
For any given tabulation area, a charac- 
teristic total was estimated by summing 
the weights assigned to the persons or 
housing units in the tabulation area which 
possessed the characteristic. Estimates of 
family or household characteristics were 
based on the weights assigned to the 
family members designated as house- 
holders. Each sample person or housing 
unit record was assigned exactly one 
weight to be used to produce estimates of 
all characteristics. For example, if the 
weight given to a sample person or 
housing unit had the value five, all 
characteristics of that person or housing 
unit would be tabulated with a weight of 



five. The estimation procedure, however, 
did assign weights which vary from 
person to person or housing unit to 
housing unit. 

The estimation procedure used to 
assign the weights was performed in geo- 
graphically defined "weighting areas." 
Weighting areas were generally formed of 
adjoining portions of geography, which 
closely agreed with census tabulation 
areas within counties. Weighting areas 
were required to have a minimum sample 
of 400 persons. Weighting areas were 
never allowed to cross state or county 
boundaries. In small counties with a 
sample count of less than 400 persons, 
the minimum required sample condition 
was relaxed to permit the entire county 
to become a weighting area. 

Within a weighting area, the ratio esti- 
mation procedure for persons was per- 
formed in three stages. For persons, the 
first stage employed 17 household type 
groups. The second stage used two 
groups: householders and nonhouse- 
holders. The third stage could potentially 
use 160 age-sex-race-Spanish origin 
groups. The stages were as follows: 



PERSONS 

Stage I— Type of Household 

Group Persons in Housing Units With a 
Family With Own Children 
Under 18 

1 2 persons in housing unit 

2 3 persons in housing unit 

3 4 persons in housing unit 

4 5 to 7 persons in housing unit 

5 8 or more persons in housing 

unit 

Persons in Housing Units With a 

Family Without Own Children 

Under 18 

6-10 2 persons in housing unit 

through 8 or more persons 

in housing unit 

Persons in All Other Housing 
Units 
11 1 person in housing unit 

12-16 2 persons in housing unit 

through 8 or more persons 
in housing unit 



17 



Persons in group quarters 



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Stage II — Householder/ 
Nonhouseholder 
Group 

1 Householder 

2 Nonhouseholder (including per- 

sons in group quarters) 

Stage III— Age/Sex/Race/Spanish 
Origin 

Group White Race 

Persons of Spanish Origin 
Male 

1 to 4 years of age 

2 5 to 14 years of age 

3 15 to 19 years of age 

4 20 to 24 years of age 

5 25 to 34 years of age 

6 35 to 44 years of age 

7 45 to 64 years of age 

8 65 years of age or older 

Female 
9-16 Same age categories as 

groups 1 to 8 

Persons Not of Spanish Origin 
17-32 Same age and sex cate- 

gories as groups 1 to 16 

Black Race 
33-64 Same age-sex-Spanish origin 
categories as groups 1 to 32 

Asian, Pacific Islander Race 
65-96 Same age-sex-Spanish origin 

categories as groups 1 to 32 

American Indian, Eskimo, or 
Aleut Race 
97-128 Same age-sex-Spanish origin 
categories as groups 1 to 32 

Other Race (includes those races 
not listed above) 
129-160 Same age-sex-Spanish origin 
categories as groups 1 to 32 

Within a weighting area, the first step 
in the estimation procedure was to assign 
each sample person record an initial 
weight. This weight was approximately 
equal to the inverse of the probability 
of selecting a person for the census 
sample. 

The next step in the estimation pro- 
cedure was to combine, if necessary, the 
groups in each of the three stages prior to 
the repeated ratio estimation in order to 
increase the reliability of the ratio estima- 



tion procedure. For the first and second 
stages, any group that did not meet 
certain criteria concerning the un- 
weighted sample count or the ratio of 
the complete count to the initially 
weighted sample count, was combined, 
or collapsed, with another group in the 
same stage according to a specified col- 
lapsing pattern. At the third stage, the 
"Other" race category was collapsed with 
the "White" race category before the 
above collapsing criteria as well as an 
additional criterion concerning the num- 
ber of complete count persons in each 
category were applied. 

As the final step, the initial weights 
underwent three stages of ratio adjust- 
ment which used the groups listed above. 
At the first stage, the ratio of the com- 
plete census count to the sum of the 
initial weights for each sample person was 
computed for each stage I group. The 
initial weight assigned to each person in a 
group was then multiplied by the stage I 
group ratio to produce an adjusted 
weight. In stage II, the stage I adjusted 
weights were again adjusted by the ratio 
of the complete census count to the 
sum of the stage I weights for sample 
persons in each stage II group. Finally, 
the stage II weights were adjusted at 
stage Ml by the ratio of the complete 
census count to the sum of the stage II 
weights for sample persons in each 
stage III group. The three stages of 
adjustment were performed twice (two 
iterations) in the order given above. The 
weights obtained from the second itera- 
tion for stage III were assigned to the 
sample person records. However, to 
avoid complications in rounding for 
tabulated data, only whole number 
weights were assigned. For example, 
if the final weight for the persons in a 
particular group was 7.2, then one-fifth 
of the sample persons in this group were 
randomly assigned a weight of 8 and the 
remaining four-fifths received a weight 
of 7. 

Separate weights were derived for 
tabulating the place of work and migra- 
tion data items. The weights were 
obtained by adjusting the weight derived 
above for persons on questionnaires 
selected for coding by the reciprocal of 
the ED coding rate and a ratio adjustment 
to ensure that the sum of the weights and 
the complete count total population 
figure would agree. 

The ratio estimation procedure for 



housing units was essentially the same as 
that for persons. The major difference 
was that the occupied housing unit ratio 
estimation procedure was done in two 
stages and the vacant housing unit ratio 
estimation procedure was done in one 
stage. The first stage for occupied 
housing units employed 16 household- 
type categories and the second stage 
could potentially use 190 tenure-race- 
Spanish origin-value/rent groups. For 
vacant housing units, three groups were 
utilized. The stages for the ratio estima- 
tion for housing units were as follows: 



OCCUPIED HOUSING UNITS 

Stage I— Type of Household 

Group Housing Units With a Family 
With Own Children Under 18 

1 2 persons in housing unit 

2 3 persons in housing unit 

3 4 persons in housing unit 

4 5 to 7 persons in housing unit 

5 8 or more persons in housing 

unit 

Housing Units With a Family 
Without Own Children Under 18 
6-10 2 persons in housing unit 

through 8 or more persons 
in housing unit 

All Other Housing Units 
1 1 1 person in housing unit 

12-16 2 persons in housing unit 

through 8 or more persons i 

in housing unit 



Stage II— Tenure/Race and Origin 
of Householder/Value or Rent 



Group 


Owner 




White Race (householder) 




Persons of Spanish Origin 




(householder) 




Value of House 


1 


$0 to $9,999 


2 


$10,000 to $19,999 


3 


$20,000 to $24,999 


4 


$25,000 to $49,999 


5 


$50,000 to $99,999 


6 


$100,000to $149,999 


7 


$150,000+ 


8 


Other Owners 




Persons Not of Spanish 




Origin 



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9-16 



17-32 



33-48 



49-64 



65-80 



Same value categories 
as groups 1 to 8 

Black Race 

Same value— Spanish origin 
categories as groups 1 
to 16 



Other Race (includes those 
races not listed above) 
169-190 Same rent— Spanish origin 

categories as groups 81 
to 102 

VACANT HOUSING UNITS 



Asian, Pacific Islander Race 


Group 




Same value— Spanish origin 






categories as groups 1 


1 


Vacant for Rent 


to 16 


2 


Vacant for Sale 




3 


Other Vacant 



American Indian, Eskimo, 
or Aleut Race 
Same value— Spanish origin 
categories as groups 1 
to 16 

Other Race (includes those 
races not listed above) 
Same value— Spanish origin 
categories as groups 1 
to 16 



Origin 





Renter 




White Race 




Persons of Spanish 




Rent Categories 


81 


$1 to $59 


82 


$60 to $99 


83 


$100 to $149 


84 


$150 to $199 


85 


$200 to $249 


86 


$250 to $299 


87 


$300 to $399 


88 


$400 to $499 


89 


$500+ 


90 


Other Renter 


91 


No Cash Rent 



Persons not of Spanish 
origin 

92-102 Same rent categories as 

groups 81 to 91 

Black Race 
103-124 Same rent— Spanish origin 

categories as groups 81 
to 102 

Asian, Pacific Islander Race 
125-146 Same rent— Spanish origin 

categories as groups 81 
to 102 

American Indian, Eskimo, 
or Aleut Race 
147-168 Same rent-Spanish origin 

categories as groups 81 
to 102 



The estimates produced by this pro- 
cedure realize some of the gains in sam- 
pling efficiency that would have resulted 
if the population had been stratified into 
the ratio estimation groups before sam- 
pling, and the sampling rate had been 
applied independently to each group. 
The net effect is a reduction in both the 
standard error and the possible bias of 
most estimated characteristics to levels 
below what would have resulted from 
simply using the initial (unadjusted) 
weight. A by-product of this estimation 
procedure is that the estimates from the 
sample will, for the most part, be con- 
sistent with the complete-count figures 
for the population and housing unit 
groups used in the estimation procedure. 



CONTROL OF NONSAMPLING 
ERROR 

As mentioned above, nonsampling error 
is present in both sample and complete 
count data. If left unchecked, this error 
could introduce serious bias into the data, 
the variability of which could increase 
dramatically over that which would result 
purely from sampling. While it is im- 
possible to completely eliminate non- 
sampling error from an operation as large 
and complex as the 1980 census, the 
Bureau of the Census attempted to con- 
trol the sources of such error during the 
collection and processing operations. The 
primary sources of nonsampling error and 
the programs instituted for control of this 
error are described below. The success of 
these programs, however, was contingent 
upon how well the instructions were 
actually carried out during the census. 
To the extent possible, both the effects 
of these programs and the amount of 
error remaining after their application 
will be evaluated. 



Undercoverage— It is possible for some 
persons or housing units to be entirely 
missed by the census. This undercoverage 
of persons and housing units can intro- 
duce biases into the data. Several exten- 
sive programs were developed to focus on 
this important problem. 

• The Postal Service reviewed mailing lists 
and reported housing unit addresses 
which were missing, undeliverable, or 
duplicated in the listings. 

• The purchased commercial mailing list 
was updated and corrected by a com- 
plete field review of the list of housing 
units during a precanvass operation. 

• A record check was performed to re- 
duce the undercoverage of individual 
persons in selected areas. Independent 
lists of persons, such as driver's license 
holders, were matched with the house- 
hold rosters in the census listings. 
Persons not matched to the census 
rosters were followed up and added to 
the census counts if they were found to 
have been missed. 

• A recheck of units initially classified 
as vacant or nonexistent was utilized 
to further reduce the undercoverage of 
persons. 

More extensive discussions of pro- 
grams developed to reduce undercoverage 
will be published as the analyses of those 
programs are completed. 

Respondent and Enumerator Error— The 
person answering the questionnaire or 
responding to the questions posed by 
an enumerator could serve as a source of 
error by offering incorrect or incomplete 
information. To reduce this source of 
error, questions were phrased as clearly 
as possible based on precensus tests and 
detailed instructions for completing the 
questionnaire were provided to each 
household. In addition, respondents' 
answers were edited for completeness and 
consistency and followed up as necessary. 
For example, if the source of water item 
was incomplete for a housing unit, long- 
form field edit procedures would recog- 
nize the situation, and a followup 
attempt to obtain the information would 
be made. 

The enumerator may misinterpret or 
otherwise incorrectly record information 
given by a respondent; may fail to collect 
some of the information for a person or 
household; or may collect sample data for 



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Appendix D.— Accuracy of the Data 



households that were not designated as 
part of the sample. To control these 
problems, the work of enumerators was 
carefully monitored. Field staff were 
prepared for their tasks by using stand- 
ardized training packages which included 
experience in using census materials. A 
sample of the households interviewed by 
enumerators for nonresponse was reinter- 
viewed to control for the possibility of 
data for fabricated persons being 
submitted by enumerators. Also, the 
estimation procedure was designed to 
control for biases that would result from 
the collection of data from households 
not designated for the sample. 

Processing Error— The many phases of 
processing the census represent potential 
sources for the introduction of nonsam- 
pling error. The processing of the census 
questionnaires includes the field editing, 
followup, and transmittal of completed 
questionnaires; the manual coding of 
write-in responses; and the electronic 
data processing. The various field, coding 
and computer operations undergo a num- 
ber of quality control checks to insure 
their accurate application. 

Nonresponse— Nonresponse to particular 
questions on the census questionnaire 
allows for the introduction of bias into 
the data, since the characteristics of the 
nonrespondents have not been observed 
and may differ from those reported by 
respondents. As a result, any allocation 
procedure using respondent data may 
not completely reflect this difference 
either at the element level (individual 
person or housing unit) or on the average. 
Some protection against the introduction 
of large biases is afforded by minimizing 



nonresponse. In the census, nonresponse 
was substantially reduced during the field 
operations by the various edit and follow- 
up operations aimed at obtaining a 
response for every question. Characteris- 
tics for the nonresponses remaining after 
this operation were allocated by the 
computer using reported data for a 
person or housing unit with similar 
characteristics. The allocation pro- 
cedure is described below. 



EDITIPJG OF UNACCEPTABLE 
DATA 

The objective of the processing operation 
is to produce a set of statistics that 
describes the nation's housing as accurate- 
ly and clearly as possible. To meet this 
objective, certain unacceptable entries 
were edited. 

In the field, questionnaires were 
reviewed for omissions and certain incon- 
sistencies by a census clerk or an 
enumerator and, if necessary, a followup 
was made to obtain missing information. 
In addition, a similar review of question- 
naires was done in the central processing 
offices. As a rule, however, editing was 
performed by hand only when it could 
not be done effectively by machine. 

As one of the first steps in com- 
puterized editing, the configuration of 
marks on the questionnaire was scanned 
electronically to determine whether it 
contained information for a person or 
housing unit or merely spurious marks. 
If any characteristic for a housing unit 
was still missing when the questionnaires 
reached the central processing offices, 
it was supplied by allocation. Alloca- 
tion, or assignments of acceptable codes 
in place of unacceptable entries, were 



needed most often when an entry for 
a given item was lacking or when the 
information reported for a particular 
item was inconsistent with another item 
for the same housing unit. As in previous 
censuses, allocations or the assignment of 
acceptable entries were used to replace 
blanks or unacceptable entries. The 
allocation procedure was based on using 
information reported for another housing 
unit with characteristics similar to those 
of the housing unit for which allocation 
was necessary. For example, if the unit 
was reported as rented but the amount of 
rent was missing, the computer auto- 
matically assigned the rent that was 
reported for the preceding renter- 
occupied unit. The assignment of 
acceptable codes in place of blanks or 
unacceptable entries is designed to 
enhance the usefulness of the data. 

Specific tolerances were established 
for the number of computer allocations 
that would be permitted. If the number 
of corrections was beyond tolerance, 
the questionnaires in which the errors 
occurred were clerically reviewed. If it 
was found that the errors resulted from 
damaged questionnaires, from improper 
microfilming, from faulty reading by 
FOSDIC of undamaged questionnaires, or 
from other types of machine failure, the 
questionnaires were reprocessed. 



ALLOCATION TABLES 

The extent of allocations for nonre- 
sponses and inconsistencies for individual 
subject items is given for SMSA's and 
places in the 1980 Census of Population 
PC80-1-B and PC80-1-C reports and in 
the 1980 Census of Housing HC80-1-A 
and HC80-1-B reports. 



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Table A Unadjusted Standard Errors for Estimated Totals 



Est imated 
Total 1/ 



50... 
100.. 
250.. 
500.. 

1 000 

2 500 
5 000 
10 000 
15 000 
25 000 



75 000. 
100 000 
250 000 
500 000 
1 000 000 
5 000 000 
10 000 000 



[Based on 


a l-i 


n-6 simp 


e random 


sampl e] 
























































2/ 
































Size 


of 


publ icaTion arec 




















500 


000 


2 500 


5 000 


10 


000 


25 000 


50 000 


100 


000 


250 


000 


500 


000 


1 000 000 


5 000 


000 


10 000 


000 


25 000 


000 


16 


16 


16 


16 




16 


16 


16 




16 




16 




16 


16 




16 




16 




16 


20 


21 


22 


22 




22 


22 


22 




22 




22 




22 


22 




22 




22 




22 


25 


30 


35 


35 




35 


35 


35 




35 




35 




35 


35 




35 




35 




35 


- 


35 


45 


45 




50 


50 


50 




50 




50 




50 


50 




50 




50 




50 


- 


- 


55 


65 




65 


70 


70 




70 




70 




70 


70 




70 




70 




70 


- 


- 


- 


80 




95 


no 


no 




1 10 




1 10 




110 


110 




1 10 




no 




110 


- 


- 


- 


- 




110 


140 


150 




150 




160 




160 


160 




160 




160 




160 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


170 


200 




210 




220 




220 


220 




220 




220 




220 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


170 


230 




250 




270 




270 


270 




270 




270 




270 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


250 




310 




340 




350 


350 




350 




350 




350 


- 


- 


_ 


- 




- 


- 


- 




310 




510 




570 


590 




610 




610 




610 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 




- 




550 




630 


670 




700 




700 




710 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 




- 




- 




790 


970 


1 


090 


1 


100 


1 


100 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 




- 








- 


1 120 


1 


500 


1 


540 


1 


570 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 




- 




- 




- 


- 


2 


000 


2 


120 


2 


190 


- 


- 


- 


- 




- 


- 


- 




- 




- 




- 


- 




- 


3 


540 


4 


470 


~ 


- 


~ 


~ 




- 


" 


~ 




~ 




~ 




~ 


- 




- 




~ 


5 


480 



1/ For estimated totals larger than 10 000 000, the standard error is somewhat larger than the table values. The formula given below should be 
used to calculate the standard error. 



Se (Y) = \| 5Y (1-j£) 

N = Si ze of area 

Y = Estimate of characteristic total 



2/ The total count of housing units in the area. 



Table B Unadjusted Standard Error in Percentage Points for Estimated Percentages 



[Based on a 1 —I n— 6 simple random sample] 



Est Imated 
Percentage 



7 ■ 


>r 

>r 

or 
or 
or 

or 

or 

or 


38 


5 s 


35 


in 


90 


15 


85 


?n 


80 


7S 


75 


W 


70 


35 


65 


SO 





















1/ 
































Base 


of percent 


age 
























500 


750 


1 000 


1 500 


2 500 


5 000 


7 500 


10 


000 


25 


000 


50 


000 


100 


000 


250 


000 


500 


000 


1.4 


1.1 


1.0 


0.8 


0.6 


0.4 


0.4 




0.3 




0.2 




0.1 




0.1 




0.1 




0.1 


2.2 


1.8 


1.5 


1.3 


1.0 


0.7 


0.6 




0.5 




0.3 




0.2 




0.2 




0.1 




0.1 


3.0 


2.4 


2.1 


1.7 


1.3 


0.9 


0.8 




0.7 




0.4 




0.3 




0.2 




0.1 




0.1 


3.6 


2.9 


2.5 


2.1 


1.6 


1. 1 


0.9 




0.8 




0.5 




0.4 




0.3 




0.2 




0.1 


4.0 


3.3 


2.8 


2.3 


1.8 


1.3 


1.0 




0.9 




0.6 




0.4 




0.3 




0.2 




0.1 


4.3 


3.5 


3.1 


2.5 


1.9 


1.4 


1.1 




1.0 




0.6 




0.4 




0.3 




0.2 




0.1 


4.6 


3.7 


3.2 


2.6 


2.0 


1.4 


1.2 




1.0 




0.6 




0.5 




0.3 




0.2 




0.1 


4.8 


3.9 


3.4 


2.8 


2.1 


1.5 


1.2 




1.1 




0.7 




0.5 




0.3 




0.2 




0.2 


5.0 


4.1 


3.5 


2.9 


2.2 


1.6 


1.3 




1.1 




0.7 




0.5 




0.4 




6.2 




0.2 



\J For a percentage and/or base of percentage not shown in the table, the formula given below may be used to calculate the standard error. 



Se ( p ) = \ 



B p(100-p) 
B = Base of estimated percentage 
p = Estimated percentage 



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Table C. Standard Error Adjustment Factors 



[Percent of persons or housing units in sample! 



Character isti c 



Household type 

Age and sex of householder 

Occupancy status 

Vacant price asked and vacant rent asked. 

Tenure 

Units in structure 

Stories in structure 

Passenger e levator 

Persons in unit 

Year structure built 

Year householder moved into 

housing unit 

Heating eguipment and fuel 

Number of bedrooms 

Rooms 

Telephone in housing unit 

A i r con ditioning 

Vehic les avai lable 

Gross rent and contract rent 

Gross rent as a percentage of household 

income in 1979 

Mortgage status and selected 

monthly owner costs 

Household income 

Poverty status: Housing 

Existence of complete plumbing for 

exclusive use with 1.01 persons 

per room or more 

Value 



Less than 


19 


to 33 


More 


than 


19 Percent 


Percent 


33 


Per 


cent 


1.0 




0.9 






0.5 


1.0 




1.0 






0.5 


1.1 




0.9 






0.5 


1.1 




0.8 






0.5 


1.1 




0.9 






0.5 


1.1 




1.0 






0.6 


0.9 




0.7 






0.4 


0.8 




0.7 






0.4 


1.0 




0.9 






0.5 


1.0 




0.9 






0.5 


1.0 

1.1 

1.1 




0.9 

0.9 
0.9 






0.5 
0.5 
0.5 


1.1 
1.1 




0.9 
0.9 






0.5 
0.5 


1.1 

1.1 




1.0 

0.9 






0.5 
0.5 


1.1 
1.1 
1.1 




0.9 
0.8 

0.9 






0.5 
0.5 
0.5 


1.0 




0.9 






0.5 


1.0 




0.8 






0.5 


1.0 




0.8 






0.5 


1.0 




1.0 






0.5 



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Appendix D. -Accuracy of the Data 



Table D Percent of Housing Units in Sample: 1980 

[For meaning of symbols, see Introduction. For definitions of terms, see appendixes A and B] 



The SMSA 

Places of 50,000 or More and 
Central Cities of SMSA's 



The SMSA 



PLACES OF 50,000 OR MORE AND CENTRAL 
CITIES OF SMSA's 

Gncinnoti city 



Housing units 



100-percent Percent in 
count sample 



531 365 17.2 



172 659 15.5 



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Appendix E.— Facsimiles of Respondent instructions and Questionnaire Pages 



INSTRUCTIONS FOR QUESTIONS 1 THROUGH 10 

1. List in question 1 (on page 1), the names of all the people who 
usually live here. Then turn to pages 2 and 3 where there are 
columns to list up to seven persons. In the first column print the 
name of one of the household members in whose name this home is 
owned or rented. If no household member owns or rents the living 
quarters, list in the first column any adult household member who is 
not a roomer, boarder, or paid employee. Print the names of the 
other household members, if any, in the columns which follow, 
using question 1 as a checklist. 

2. Fill a circle to show how each person is related to the person in 

column 1. 

A stepchild or legally adopted child of the person in column 1 
should be marked Son/daughter. Foster children or wards living in 
the household should be marked Roomer, boarder. 

3. Be sure to fill a circle for the sex of each person. 

4. Fill the circle for the category with which the person most closely 
identifies. If you fill the Indian (American) or Other circle, be sure 
to print the name of the specific Indian tribe or specific group. 

5. Enter age at last birthday in the space provided (enter "0" for 
babies less than one year old). Also enter month and year of birth, 
and fill the appropriate circles. For an illustration of how to com- 
plete question 5, see the example on pages 4 and 5. If age or month 
or year of birth is not known, give your best estimate. 

6. If the person's only marriage was annulled, mark Never married. 

7. A person is of Spanish/Hispanic origin or descent if the person 
identifies his or her ancestry with one of the listed groups, that 
is, Mexican, Puerto Rican, etc. Origin or descent (ancestry) may be 
viewed as the nationality group, the lineage, or country in which 
the person or the person's parents or ancestors were born. 

8. Do not count enrollment in a trade or business school, company 
training, or tutoring unless the course would be accepted for credit 
at a regular elementary school, high school, or college. A public 
school is any school or college which is controlled and supported 
primarily by a local, county, State, or Federal Government. 

9. Fill only one circle. Mark the highest grade ever attended even if 
the person did not finish it. If the person is still in school, mark 
the grade in which now enrolled. Schooling received in foreign or 
ungraded schools should be reported as the equivalent grade or year 
in the regular American school system. If uncertain whether a Head 
Start program is for nursery school or kindergarten, mark the circle 
for Nursery school. 

If the person skipped or repeated grades, mark the highest grade ever 
attended regardless of how long it took to get there. Persons who 
did not attend any college but who completed high school by finish- 
ing the 12th grade or by passing an equivalency test, such as the 



General Educational Development (GED) examination, should fill 
the circle for the 12th grade. 

10. Mark Finished this grade (or year) only if the person finished the 
entire grade or year marked in question 9 or if the highest grade was 
completed by passing a high school equivalency test. 



INSTRUCTIONS FOR QUESTIONS H4 THROUGH H12 

H4. Mark only one circle. This address means the house or building 
number where your living quarters are located. 

H5. Mark the second circle only if you must go through someone else's 
living quarters to get to your own. 

H6. Consider that you have hot water even if you have it only part 
of the time. 

Mark Yes, but also used by another household if someone else 
who lives in the same building, but is not a member of your house- 
hold, also uses the facilities. Mark this circle also if the occupants 
of living quarters now vacant would also use the facilities in your 
living quarters. 

H7. Count only whole rooms used for living purposes, such as living 
rooms, dining rooms, kitchens, bedrooms, finished recreation 
rooms, family rooms, etc. Do not count bathrooms, kitchenettes, 
strip or pullman kitchens, utility rooms, or unfinished attics, 
unfinished basements, or other space used for storage. 

H8. Mark Owned or being bought if the living quarters are owned 
outright or are mortgaged. Also mark Owned or being bought 
if the living quarters are owned but the land is rented. 

Mark Rented for cash rent if any money rent is paid. Rent may be 
paid by persons who are not members of your household. 

Occupied without payment of cash rent includes, for example, a 
parsonage, military housing, a house or apartment provided free of 
rent by the owner, or a house or apartment occupied by a janitor 
or caretaker in exchange for services. 

H9. A condominium is housing in which the apartments or houses in 
a development are individually owned, but the common areas, such 
as lobbies, halls, etc., are jointly owned. The person owning a 
condominium very likely has a mortgage on the particular unit. 

HI Ob. A commercial establishment is easily recognized from the outside, 
for example, a grocery store or barber shop. A medical office is a 
doctor's or dentist's office regularly visited by patients. 

H11. Include the value of the house, the land it is on, and any other 
structures on the same property. If the house is owned but the 
land is rented, estimate the combined value of the house and the 



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land. If this is a condominium unit, enter the estimated value for 
your living quarters and your share of the common elements. 

H12. Report the rent agreed to or contracted for, even if the rent is 
unpaid or paid by someone else. 

If rent is not paid by the month, change the rent to a monthly 
amount; and then fill the appropriate circle in question H12. 



If rent is paid: Multiply rent by: 



By the day 
By the week 
Every other week 



30 
4 
2 



If rent is paid: Divide rent by: 



4 times a year 
2 times a year 
Once a year 



3 
6 
12 



INSTRUCTIONS FOR QUESTIONS H13 THROUGH H20 

H13. Mark only one circle. 

Detached means there is open space on all sides, or the house is 
joined only to a shed or garage. Attached means that the house is 
joined to another house or building by at least one wall which goes 
from ground to roof. 

Mark A one-family house detached from any other hous« when a 
mobile home or trailer has had one or more rooms added or built 
onto it; a porch or shed is not considered a room. 

Count all occupied and vacant living quarters in the house or 
building, but not stores or office space. 

H14a. Do not count unfinished basements or unfinished attics. However, 
a basement or attic with finished room(s) for living purposes 
should be counted as a story. 

H15a. A city or suburban lot is usually located in a city, a community, 
or any built-up area outside a city or community, and is not 
larger than the house and yard. All living quarters in apartment 
buildings, including garden-type apartments in the city or suburbs, 
are considered on a city or suburban lot. 

A place is a farm, ranch, or any other property, other than a city 
or suburban lot, on which this residence is located. 



H16. If a well provides water for six or more houses or apartments, mark 
A public system. If a well provides water for five or fewer houses 
or apartments, mark one of the categories for individual well. 

Drilled wells, or small diameter wells, are usually less than 1% feet 
in diameter. Dug wells are generally hand dug and are wider. 

HI 7. A public sewer is operated by a government body or a private 
organization. A septic tank or cesspool is an underground tank 
or pit used for disposal of sewage. 

H19. The term person in column 1 refers to the p*erson listed in the 
first column on page 2. This person should be the household 
member (or one of the members) in whose name the house is 
owned or rented. If there is no such person, any adult household 
member can be the person in column 1. Mark when this person 
last moved into this house or apartment. 

H20. This question refers to the type of heating equipment and not 
to the fuel used. 

An electric heat pump is sometimes known as a reverse cycle 



system. It may be centrally installed with ducts to the rooms 
or individual heat pumps in the rooms. 

A floor, wall, or pipeless furnace delivers warm air to the room 
right above the furnace or to the room(s) on one or both sides 
of the wall in which the furnace is installed and does not have 
ducts leading to other rooms. 

Any heater that you plug into an electric outlet should be counted 
as a portable room heater. 



INSTRUCTIONS FOR QUESTIONS H21 THROUGH H32 

H21. Gas from underground pipes is piped in from a central system 
such as one operated by a public utility company or a municipal 
government. Bottled, tank, or LP gas is stored in tanks which are 
refilled or exchanged when empty. Other fuel includes any fuel 
not separately listed, for example, purchased steam, fuel 
briquettes, waste material, etc. 

H22. If your living quarters are rented, enter the costs for utilities 
and fuels only if you pay for them in addition to the rent entered 
in H12. If already included in rent, fill the appropriate circle. 

The amounts to be reported should be for the past 12 months, 
that is, for electricity and gas, the monthly average for the past 12 
months; for water and other fuels, the total amount for the past 
12 months. 

Estimate as closely as possible when exact costs are not known. 

Report amounts even if your bills are unpaid or paid by someone 
else. If the bills include utilities or fuel used also by another 
apartment or a business establishment, estimate the amounts for 
your own living quarters. If gas and electricity are billed together, 
enter the combined amount on the electricity line and bracket 
( { ) the two utilities. 

H23. The kitchen sink, stove, and refrigerator must be located in the 
building but do not have to be in the same room. Portable cooking 
equipment is not considered as a range or cook stove. 

H26. Answer Vesonly if the telephone is located in your living quarters. 

H27. Count only equipment used to cool the air by means of a refrig- 
eration unit. 

H28- H29. Count company cars (including police cars and taxicabs) 
and company trucks that are regularly kept at home and used by 
household members. Do not count cars or trucks permanently 
out of working order. 

H30- H32. Do not answer these questions if you live in a cooperative, 
regard/ess of the number of units in the structure. 

H30. Report taxes for all taxing jurisdictions even if they are included in 
mortgage payment, not paid yet, paid by someone else, or are 
delinquent. 

H31. When premiums are paid on other than a yearly basis, convert to 
a yearly basis and enter the yearly amount, even if -no payment 
was made during the past 12 months. 

H32a. The word "mortgage" is used as a general term to indicate all 
types of loans which are secured by real estate. 



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b. A second or junior mortgage is also secured by real estate but has 
been made by the homeowner in addition to the first mortgage. 

c. Enter a monthly amount even if it is unpaid or paid by someone 
else. If the amount is paid on some other periodic basis, see 
instructions for H12 to change it to a monthly amount. 



Be specific; for example, if ancestry is "Indian," specify whether 
American Indian, Asian Indian, or West Indian. Distinguish Cape 
Verdean from Portuguese, and French Canadian from Canadian. 

A religious group should not be reported as a person's ancestry. 



INSTRUCTIONS FOR QUESTIONS 11 THROUGH 14 

1 1 . For persons born in the United States: 

Print the name of the State in which this person's mother was living 
when this person was born. For persons born in a hospital, do not 
give the State in which the hospital was located unless the hospital 
and the mother's home were in the same State or the location of the 
mother's home is not known. For example, if a person was born in 
a hospital in Washington, O.C., but the mother's home was in 
Virginia at the time of the person's birth, enter "Virginia." 

For persons born outside the United States: 
Print the full name of the foreign country or Puerto Rico, Guam, 
etc., where the person was born. Use international boundaries as 
now recognized by the United States. Specify whether Northern 
Ireland or Ireland (Eire); East or West Germany; England, Scotland 
or Wales (not Great Britain or United Kingdom). Specify the par- 
ticular island in the Caribbean, not, for example, West Indies. 

12. This question is only for persons born in a foreign country. Fill the 
Yes, a naturalized citizen circle only if the person has completed 
the naturalization process and is now a citizen. 

If the person has entered the U.S. more than once, fill the circle for 
the year he or she came to stay permanently. 

13a. Mark No, only speaks English if the person always speaks English 
at home, then skip to question 14. 

Mark Yes if the person speaks a language other than English at 
home. Do not mark Yes for a language spoken only at school nr if 
speaking ability is limited to a few expressions or slang. 

b. Print the non-English language spoken at home. If this person 
speaks two or more non-English languages at home and cannot 
determine which is spoken most often, report the first language the 
person learned to speak. 

c. Fill the circle that best describes the person's ability to speak 
English. 

(1) The circle Very well should be filled for persons who have no 
difficulty speaking English. 

(2) The circle Well should be filled for persons who have only minor 
problems which do not seriously limit their ability to speak 
English. 

(3) The circle Not well should be filled for persons who are seri- 
ously limited in their ability to speak English. 

(4) The circle Not at all should be filled for persons who do not 
speak English at all. 

14. Print the ancestry group with which the person identifies. Ancestry 
(or origin or descent) may be viewed as ths nationality group, the 
lineage, or the country in which the person or the person's parents 
or ancestors were born before their arrival in the United States. 
Persons who are of more than one origin and who cannot identify 
with a single group should print their multiple ancestry (for 
example, German-Irish). 



INSTRUCTIONS FOR QUESTIONS 15 THROUGH 20 

15a. Mark Yes, this house if this person lived in this same house or apart- 
ment on April 1, 1975, but moved away and came back between 
then and now. Mark No, different house if this person lived in the 
same building but in a different apartment (or i" ihe same mobile 
home or trailer but on a different trailer site). 

b. If this person lived in a different house or apartment on April 1, 
1975, give the location of this person's usual home at that time. 

Part(1) If the person was living in the United States on April 1, 
1975, print the name of the State. If the person did not 
live in the United States on April 1, 1975, print the full 
name of the foreign country or Puerto Rico, Guam, etc. 

Part (2) If in Louisiana, print the parish name. If in Alaska, print 
the borough name. If in New York City - print the 
borough name if the county name is not known. If an 
independent city, leave blank. 

Part (3) If in Connecticut, Maine, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, 
Rhode Island or Vermont, print the name of the town 
rather than the name of the village or city, unless the name 
of the town is unknown. 

Part (4) Mark Yes if you know that the location is now inside the 
limits of a city, town, village or other incorporated place, 
even if it was not inside the limits on April 1, 1975. 

17a. Mark Yes only if this person was on active duty in the U.S. Army, 
Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, or Coast Guard. Mark No if the 
person was in the National Guard or the reserves. 

b. Mark Yes if the person was attending a college or university either 
full or part time and was enrolled for credit toward a degree. Mark 
No if the person was taking only non-credit courses or was attending 
a vocational or trade school, such as secretarial school. 

c. Mark Yes, full time if the person worked full time (35 hours or more 
per week). Mark Yes, part time if the person worked part time (less 
than 35 hours per week). Mark No if the person only did unpaid 
volunteer work, housework or yard work at own home, or if the 
only work done was as a resident of an institution. 

18a. Mark Yes if this person was ever on active duty in the U.S. Army, 
Navy, Air Force, Marine Corps, or Coast Guard, even if the time 
served was short. For persons in the National Guard or military 
reserve units, mark Yes only if the person was ever called to active 
duty; mark No if the only service was active duty for training. 

b. If this person served during more than one period, fill all circles 
which apply, even if service was for a short time. 

19. The term "health condition" refers to any physical or mental 
problem which has lasted for 6 or more months. A serious prob- 
lem with seeing, hearing, or speech should be considered a health 
condition. Pregnancy or a temporary health problem such as a 
broken bone that is expected to heal normally should not be con- 
sidered a health condition. 

20. Count all children born alive, including any who have died (even 
shortly after birth) or who no longer live with her. 



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INSTRUCTIONS FOR QUESTIONS 21 THROUGH 26 

21. If the exact date of marriage is not known, give your best estimate. 

22a. Mark Yes if the person worked, either full or part time, on any day 
of last week (Sunday through Saturday). 

Count as work: 



23. 



Work for someone else for wages, salary, piece rate, com- 
mission, tips, or payments "in kind" (for example, food, 
lodging received as payment for work performed). 

Work in own business, professional practice, or farm. 

Any work in a family business or farm, paid or not. 

Any part-time work including babysitting, paper routes, etc. 

Active duty in Armed Forces. 

Do not count as work: 

Housework or yard work at home. 

Unpaid volunteer work. 

Work done as a resident of an institution. 

b. Give the actual number of hours worked at all jobs last week, even 
if that was more or fewer hours than usually worked. 

If the person worked at several locations, but reported to the same 
location each day to begin work, print where he or she reported. If 
the person did not report to the same location each day to begin 
work, print the words "various locations" for 23a, and give as much 
information as possible in the remainder of 23 to identify the area 
in which he or she worked most last week. 

If the person's employer operates in more than one location (such as 
a grocery store chain or public school system), give the exact address 
of the location or branch where the person worked. 

If the person worked in a foreign country or Puerto Rico, Guam, 
etc., print the name of the country in 23e and leave the other parts 
of 23 blank. 



24a. Travel time is from door to door. Include time taken waiting for 
public transportation, picking up passengers in carpools, etc. 

b. Mark Worked at home for a person who works on a farm where he 
or she lives, or in an office or shop in the person's home. 

c. If the person was driven to work by someone who then drove back 
home or to a non-work destination, mark Drive alone. 

d. Do not include riders who rode to school or some other non-work 
destination. 

25. If the person works only during certain seasons or on a day-to-day 
basis when work is available, mark No. 

26a. Mark Yes if the person tried to get a job or to start a business or 
professional practice at any time in the last four weeks; for example, 
registered at an employment office, went to a job interview, placed 
or answered ads, or did anything toward starting a business or pro- 
fessional practice. 

b. Mark No, already has a job if the person was on layoff or was 
expecting to report to a job within 30 days. 

Mark No, temporarily ill if the person expects to be able to work 
within 30 days 

Mark No, other reasons if the person could not have taken a job 
because he or she was going to school, taking care of children, etc. 



INSTRUCTIONS FOR QUESTIONS 27 THROUGH 29 

27. Look at the instructions for 22a to see what to count as work. Mark 
Never worked if the person: (1 ) never worked at any kind of job or 
business, either full or part time, (2) never did any work, with or 
without pay, in a family business or farm and (3) never served in the 
Armed Forces. 

28a. If the person worked for a company, business, or government 
agency, print the name of the company, not the name of the 
person's supervisor. If the person worked for an individual or a 
business that has no company name, print the name of the individual 
worked for. If the person worked in his or her own business, print 
"self-employed." 

b. Print two or more words to tell what the business, industry, or 
individual employer named in 28a does. If there is more than one 
activity, describe only the major activity at the place where the 
person works. Enter what is made, what is sold, or what service 
is given. 

Some examples of what is needed to make an answer acceptable are 
shown on the census form and here. 



Unacceptable 

Furniture company 
Grocery store 
Oil company 
Ranch 



Acceptable 

Metal furniture manufacturing 
Wholesale grocery store 
Retail gas station 
Cattle ranch 



c. Mark Manufacturing if the factory, plant, mill, etc., mostly makes 
things, even if it also sells them. 

Mark Wholesale trade if the business mostly sells things to stores or 
other companies. 



Mark Retail trade if the business mostly sells things (not services) to 
individuals. 



Mark Other if the main activity of the employer is not making or 
selling things. Some examples of Other are farming, construction, 
and services such as those provided by hotels, dry cleaners, repair 
shops, schools, and banks. 

29a. Print two or more words to describe the kind of work the person 
does. If the person is a trainee, apprentice, or helper, include that in 
the description. 



Some examples of what is needed to make an answer acceptable are 
shown on the census form and here. 



Unacceptable 

Clerk 
Helper 
Mechanic 
Nurse 



Acceptable 

Production clerk 
Carpenter's helper 
Auto engine mechanic 
Registered nurse 



b. Print the most important things that the person does on the job. 
Some examples are shown on the census form. 



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INSTRUCTIONS FOR QUESTIONS 30 THROUGH 33 

30. If the person was an employee of a private nonprofit organization, 
such as a church, fill the first circle. 

Mark Local government employee for a teacher working in an 
elementary or secondary public school. 

31a. Look at the instructions for question 22a to see what to count as 
work. 

b. Count every week in which the person did any work at all, even for 
an hour. 

c. If the hours worked each week varied considerably, give the best 
estimate of the hours usually worked most weeks. 

d. Count every week in which the person did not work at all, but spent 
any time looking for work or on layoff from a job. Looking for 
work means trying to get a job or start a business or professional 
practice; layoff includes either temporary or indefinite layoff. 

32. Fill the Yes or No circle for each part and enter the appropriate 
amount. If income from any source was received jointly by house- 
hold members, report if possible, the appropriate share for each 
person; otherwise, report the whole amount for only one person 
and mark No for the other person, unless the other person has 
additional income of the same type. 

a. Include sick leave pay. Do not include reimbursement for business 



expenses and pay "in kind," (for example, food, lodging received as 
payment for work performed). 

b. Include net earnings (gross earnings minus business expenses) from a 
nonfarm business. If business lost money, write "Loss" above the 
amount. 

c. Include net earnings (gross receipts minus operating expenses) from 
a farm. If farm lost money, write "Loss" above the amount. 

d. Include interest and dividends credited to the person's account (for 
example, from savings accounts and stock shares), net royalties, and 
net income from rental property. 

e. Include Social Security or Railroad Retirement payments to retired 
persons, to dependents of deceased insured workers and to disabled 
workers. 

f. Include public assistance or welfare payments received from Federal, 
State, or local agencies. Do not include private welfare payments. 

g. Include all other regular payments, such as government employee 
retirement, union or private pensions and annuities; unemployment 
benefits; worker's compensation; Armed Forces allotments; private 
welfare payments; regular contributions from persons not living in 
the household; etc. 

Do not include lump-sum payments received from the sale of 
property (capital gains), insurance policies, inheritances, etc. 

33. If no income was received in 1979, fill the None circle. If total 
income was a loss, write "Loss" above the amount. 



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Please fill out this 
official Census Form 
and mail it back on 
Census Day, 
Tuesday, April 1 . 1980 



1980 

Census of the 
United States 



If the iddron ihown below hat the wrong apartment identification, 
pleeae write the correct apartment number or location here: 



DO 



Al 



A2 



A4 



A5 



A6 



Your answers are confidential 

By law (title 1 3. US Code), census employees are subject to 
fine and/or imprisonment for any disclosure of your answers 
Only after 72 years does your information become available 
to other government agencies or the public The same law 
requires that you answer the questions to the best of your 
knowledge 



Para personas de habla hispana 

(For Spanish-speaking persons) 

SI USTED DESEA UN CUESTIONARIO DEL CENSO EN ESPANOL 
Name a la oficina del censo. El numero de telefono se encuentra en 
el encasillado de la direccidn 

0. si prefiere. marque esta casilla D y devuelva el cuestionano 
por correo en el sobre que se le incluye 



A message from the Director, 
Bureau of the Census . . . 

We must, from time to time, take stock of ourselves as a 
people if our Nation is to meet successfully the many national 
and local challenges we face. This is the purpose of the 1 980 
census. 

The essential need for a population census was recognized 
almost 200 years ago when our Constitution was written. As 
provided by article I. the first census was conducted in 1 790 
and one has been taken every 10 years since then. 

The law under which the census is taken protects the 
confidentiality of your answers. For the next 72 years — or 
until April 1 . 2052 — only sworn census workers have access 
to the individual records, and no one else may see them. 

Your answers, when combined with the answers from other 
people, will provide the statistical figures needed by public 
and private groups, schools, business and industry, and 
Federal. State, and local governments across the country. 
These figures will help all sectors of American society 
understand how our population and housing are changing. In 
this way, we can deal more effectively with today's problems 
and work toward a better future for all of us. 

The census is a vitally important national activity. Please do 
your part by filling out this census form accurately and 
completely. If you mail it back promptly in the enclosed 
postage-paid envelope, it will save the expense and 
inconvenience of a census taker having to visit you. 

Thank you for your cooperation. 



U S Department of Commerce 
Bureau of the Census 
Form D-2 



Please continue 



Form Approved 

OMB No 41 -S78006 



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How to fill out your Census Form 



Page 1 



See the filled-out example m the yellow instruction 
guide This guide will help with any problems 
you may have. 

If you need more help call the Census Office 
The telephone number of the local office is 
shown at the bottom of the address box on the 
front cover 



Use a black pencil to answer the questions Black 
pencil is better to use than ballpoint or other pens 

Fill circles "0" completely, like this • 

When you write in an answer, print or write 
clearly 



Make sure that answers are provided for everyone 

here 

See page 4 of the guide if a roomer or 
someone else in the household does not want 
to give you all the information for the form 

Answer the questions on pages 1 through 5. and 
then starting with pages 6 and 7. fill a pair of pages 
for each person in the household 

Check your answers Then write your name, 
the date, and telephone number on page 20 

Mail back this form on Tuesday. April 1 . or as soon 
afterward as you can Use the enclosed envelope, 
no stamp is needed 

Please start by answering Question 1 below 



Question 1 



List in Question 1 

•Family members living here, including babies still m the 
hospital 

• Relatives living here 

• Lodgers or boarders living here 

•Other persons living here 

•College students who stay here while attending college, 
even if their parents live elsewhere 

• Persons who usually live here but are temporarily away 
(including children in boarding school below the college 
level) 

• Persons with a home elsewhere but who stay here most of 
the week while working 



1 . What is the name of each person who was living 
here on Tuesday. April 1, 1980. or who was 
staying or visiting here and had no other home? 



Do Not List in Question 1 

• Any person away from here in the Armed Forces. 

. Any college student who stays somewhere else while 
attending college 

. Any person who usually stays somewhere else most of the 
week while working there 

• Any person away from here in an institution such as a 
home for the aged or mental hospital 

. Any person staying or visiting here who has a usual home 
elsewhere 



Note 

If everyone here is staying only temporarily and has a 
usual home elsewhere, please mark this box |""| . 

Then please 

.answer the questions on pages 2 through 5 only, 
and 
• enter the address of your usual home on page 20 



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ALSO ANSWER THE HOUSING QUESTIONS ON PAGE 3 , 



Here are the 
QUESTIONS 



These are the columns 
for ANSWERS > 

Please fill one column for each 
person listed in Question I. 



PERSON in column 1 



Finrt nimt 



Middlt initial 



PERSON in column 2 



Fim mm 



Middlt initial 



2. How is this person related to the person 
in column 1? 

Fill one circle. 

If "Other relative" of person in column J, 
give exact relationship, such as mother-in-law, 
niece, grandson, etc. 



If relative of person in column 1: 



START in this column with the household 
member (or one of the members) in whose 
name the home Is owned or rented. If there 
Is no such person, start In this column with 
any adult household member. 



Husband/wife 
Son/daughter 
Brother/sister 



Father/ mother 
Other relative 



If not related to person in column 1: 



Roomer, boarder 
Partner, roommate 
Paid employee 



Other nonrelative - 



3. Sex Fill one circle. 



Male 



Female 



Male 



Female 



4. Is this person — 

Fill one circle. 



White 


Asian Indian 


Black or Negro 


Hawaiian 


Japanese 


Guamanian 


Chinese 


Samoan 


Filipino 


Eskimo 


Korean 


Aleut 


Vietnamese 


Other — Specify — ^ 


Indian (Amer ) 


1 


Print 




tribe -*- 





White 

Black or Negro 

Japanese 

Chinese 

Filipino 

Korean 

Vietnamese 

Indian (Amer.) 

Print 

tribe -»- 



Asian Indian 

Hawaiian 

Guamanian 

Samoan 

Eskimo 

Aleut 

Other— Specify 



">, 



5. Age. and month and year of birth 

a. Print age at last birthday. 

b. Print month and fill one circle. 

c Print year in the spaces, and fill one circle 
below each number. 



a. Age at last c. Year of birth 
birthday j 



b. Month of 
birth 



1 • 



-ye 

Jan —Mar 
Apr —June 
July— Sept. 
Oct. — Dec 





l c 

2 
3 
4 
5 
6 
7 

8 O 

9 O 



a. Age at last c. Year of birth 
birthday 1 




6. Marital status 

Fill one circle. 



Now married 

Widowed 

Divorced 



Separated 
Never married 



Now married 

Widowed 

Divorced 



7. Is this person of Spanish/Hispanic 
origin or descent? 

Fill one circle. 



No (not Spanish/Hispanic) 

Yes. Mexican. Mexican-Amer , Chicano 

Yes. Puerto Rican _ 

Yes, Cuban ^ 

Yes, other Spanish/Hispanic 



No (not Spanish/Hispanic) 

Yes, Mexican, Mexican-Amer., Chicano 

Yes, Puerto Rican n 

Yes. Cuban ^ 

Yes, other Spanish/Hispanic 



8. Since February 1, 1980 . has this person 
attended regular school or college at 

any time? Fill one circle. Count nursery school, 
kindergarten, elementary school, and schooling which 
leads to a high school diploma or college degree. 



No, has not attended since February 1 
Yes, public school, public college 
Yes, private, church-related 
Yes, private, not church-related 



No, has not attended since February 1 
Yes, public school, public college 
Yes, private, church-related 
Yes, private, not church-related 



9. What is the highest grade (or year) of 
regular school this person has ever 
attended? 

Fill one circle. 

If now attending school, mark grade 
person is in. If high school was finished 
by equivalency test (GEO), mark "12. " 



Highest grade attended: 

Nursery school 



Kindergarten 



Elementary through high school (grade or year) 
12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 



College (academic year) 

12345678 or more 

- Never attended school - Skip question 10 



Highest grade attended: 

. Nursery school Kindergarten 

Elementary through high school (grade or year) 
12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 

O C O C O O O O O O ' 

College (academic year) 

12345678 or more 

o : : o o d a 3 

C Never attended school - Skip question 10 



10. Did this person finish the highest 
grade (or year) attended? 

Fill one circle. 



Now attending this grade (or year) 
O Finished this grade (or year) 
Did not finish this grade (or year) 



C Now attending this grade (or year) 

O Finished this grade (or year) 

Did not finish this grade (or year) 



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PERSON in column 7 



Fira na 



M.ddtt initial 



If relative of person in column 1 

Husband/wife ! ' Father/ mother 
O Son/daughter \ Other relative 

Brother/sister , f 



If you listed more than 
7 persons In Question 1, 
please see note on page 20. 



+ NOW PLEASE ANSWER QUESTIONS H1-H12 
FOR YOUR HOUSEHOLD 



Pag* 3 



If not related to person in column 1 
Roomer, boarder 
O Partner, roommate 
Paid employee 



Other 

nonrelative, 



HI Did you leave anyone out of Question 1 because you were not sure 
if the person should be listed — for example, a new baby still In the 
hospital, a lodger who also has another home, or a person who stays here 
once in a while and has no other home' 

Yes — On page 20 give nome(s) and reason left out. 
No 



H2. Did you list anyone in Question 1 who is away from home now 
for example, on a vacation or In a hospital.' 

Yes — On page 20 give name(s) and reason person Is away. 
O No 



H9. Is this apartment (house) pari of a condominium? 

O No 

O Yes. a condominium 



H10 If this Is a one-family house - 

a. Is the house on a property of 10 or more acres? 
Yes No 



b. Is any part of the property used as a 
commercial establishment or medical office? 

Yes No 



C Male 



Female 



H3. Is anyone visiting here who is not already listed? 
Yes 



White 

Black or Negro 

Japanese 

Chinese 

Filipino 

Korean 

Vietnamese 

Indian (Amer ) 

Print 

tribe -»- 



Asian Indian 
Hawaiian 
Guamanian 
Samoan 
Eskimo 
Aleut 

Other — Specify 
t 



On page 20 give name of each visitor for whom there is no one 
at the home address to report the person to a census taker. 



No 



a. Age at last 
birthday 



b. Month of 
birth 



c. Year of birth 
1 



1 



8 O 

9 O 



Jan —Mar 
Apr —June 
July— Sept 
Oct— Dec 



H4. How many living quarters, occupied and vacant, are at this 
address? 

One ^ 

2 apartments or living quarters 

3 apartments or living quarters 

4 apartments or living quarters 

5 apartments or living quarters 

6 apartments or living quarters 
O 7 apartments or living quarters 
O 8 apartments or living quarters 
9 apartments or living quarters 
O 10 or more apartments or living quarters 

O This is a mobile home or trailer 



Hll If you live In a one-family house or a condominium 
unit which you own or are buying - 

What is the value of this property, that is. how 
much do you think this property (house and lot or 
condominium unit) would sell for if it were for sale? 

Do not answer this question If this is - 

• A mobile home or trailer 

• A house on 10 or more acres 

• A house with a commercial establishment 

or medical of .'ice on the property 



H5. Do you enter your living quarters — 

O Directly from the outside or through a common or public hall' 
O Through someone else's living quarters? 



O Now married 
O Widowed 
C Divorced 



O Separated 
O Never married 



O No (not Spanish/Hispanic) 

O Yes, Mexican, Mexican-Amer.Chicano 

O Yes, Puerto Rican _ 

O Yes, Cuban ^ 

O Yes. other Spanish/Hispanic 



H6. Do you have complete plumbing facilities in your living quarters, 
~ that is. hot and cold piped water, a flush toilet, and a bathtub or 
shower? 

O Yes, for this household only 

O Yes, but also used by another household 

O No, have some but not all plumbing facilities 

O No plumbing facilities in living quarters 



Less than $10,000 
$10,000 to $14,999 
$15,000 to $17,499 
$17,500 to $19,999 
$20,000 to $22,499 
$22,500 to $24,999 

$25,000 to $27,499 
$27,500 to $29,999 
$30,000 to $34,999 
$35,000 to $39,999 
$40,000 to $44,999 
$45,000 to $49,999 



$50,000 to $54,999 
$55,000 to $59,999 
: $60,000 to $64,999 
$65,000 to $69,999 
$70,000 to $74,999 
$75,000 to $79,999 

O $80,000 to $89,999 
$90,000 to $99,999 
C $100,000 to $124,999 
O $125,000 to $149,999 
$150,000 to $199,999 
O $200,000 or more 



H12. If you pay rent for your living quarters - 

What is the monthly rent? 

If rent Is not paid by the month, see the Instruction 
guide on how to figure a monthly rent. 

O Lessthan$50 O $160to$169 



O No, has not attended since February 1 

O Yes. public school, public college 

O Yes. private, church-related 

O Yes, private, not church-related 



H7. How many rooms do you have in your living quarters? 

~ Do not count bathrooms, porches, balconies, foyers, halls, or half-rooms. 

O 1 room | | O 4 rooms O 7 rooms 
O 2 rooms O 5 rooms O 8 rooms 

O 3 rooms O 6 rooms O 9 or more rooms 



O $50 to $59 
O $60 to $69 
O $70 to $79 
) $80to$89 
$90 to $99 



O Kindergarten 



Highest grad* attended: 

O Nursery school 
Elementary through high school (grade or year) 
12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 

oooooo oo ooo o 

College (academic year) 

12 3 4 5 6 7 8 or more 

oooooooo 

O Never attended school -Skip question 10 



H8. Are your living quarters — 

O Owned or being bought by you or by someone else in this household? 

O Rented for cash rent? 

O Occupied without payment of cash rent? 



O 

o 
o 
o 
o 

o 
o 



$100to$109 
$110to$119 
$120to$129 
$130 to $139 
$140 to $149 
$150to$159 



O $170to$179 

O $180to$189 

O $190 to $199 

O $200 to $224 

O $225 to $249 

O $250 to $274 

O $275 to $299 
$300 to $349 

O $350 to $399 

O $400 to $499 

O $500 or more 



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FOR CENSUS USE ONLY 



AA Block 
" number 



3 3 



O Now attending this grade (or year) 
O Finished this grade (or year) 
O Did not finish this grade (or year) 



CENSUS 
USE ONL Y 



O I 



O N 



O O 



1 I I 

2 2 2 
3 
°r 

5 5 5 
G G & 
? ? ? 
S 8 S 
9 9 9 



A6. Serial 
— number 



o o o 

1 I I I 

2 2 22 

3 3 3 3 

£"- C. O- O- 

5 5 5 5 

G 6 6 6 

? ? ? ? 

8fiSS 

9 9 9 9 



B.Type of unit or quarters 

Occupied 

O First form 
O Continuation 

Vacant 

O Regular 
O Usual home 
elsewhere 

Group quarters 

O First form 
O Continuation 



wwwwwwww^ ^ 



For vacant units 
CI. Is this unit for — 

O Year round use 
O Seasonal/Mig. - Skip C2, 
£2, Vacancy status C3,andD. 

O For rent 

O For sale only 

O Rented or sold, not occupied 

O Held for occasional use 

O Other vacant 

C3. Is this unit boarded up? 



O Yes 



O No 



D. Months vacant 



O 

o 
o 
o 

o 
o 



Less than 1 month 

1 up to 2 months 

2 up to 6 months 
6 up to 12 months 

1 year up to 2 years 

2 or more years 



E. Indicators H 

I.OO Mail return 
2 O O Pop./F 



O O 



F. Total 
~~ persons 



ooo 

1 I I 

2 2c 

3 3 3 



5 5 5 

G G 6 

? ? ? 

9 9 9 



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Page 4 



ALSO ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS 



H13 . Which best describes this building? 

Include all apartments, flats, etc., even If vacant. 

A mobile home or trailer 

A one-family house detached from any other house 
A one-family house attached to one or more houses 
A building for 2 families 
A building for 3 or 4 families 
A building for 5 to 9 families 
1 A building for 10 to 19 families 
A building for 20 to 49 families 
A building for 50 or more families 

C A boat, tent, van, etc. 



H14 a. How many stories (floors) are in this building? 

Count an attic or basement as a story if It has any finished rooms for living purposes 

1 to 3- Skip to HI 5 : 7 to 12 

4 to 6 1 3 or more stories 



b. Is there a passenger elevator in this building? 

: Yes : No 



H15 a. Is this building — 

On a city or suburban lot, or on a place of less than 1 acre? — Ship to H16 
Z On a place of 1 to 9 acres? 
. On a place of 10 or more acres? 



b. Last year, 1979, did sales of crops, livestock, and other (arm products 
from this place amount to — 

Less than $50 (or None) $250 to $599 O $1,000 to $2,499 

$50 to $249 ■*. : $600 to $999 3 $2,500 or more 



H16 . Do you get water from — 

O A public system (city water department, etc.) or private company? 
O An individual drilled well? 
C An individual dug well? 

Some other source (a spring, creek, river, cistern, etc.)? 



H17 . Is this building connected to a public sewer? 

Z Yes, connected to public sewer 

Z No, connected to septic tank or cesspool 

- No. use other means 



H18 . About when was this building originally built? Mark when the building was 
first constructed, not when It was remodeled, added to, or converted. 

3 1979 or 1980 C 1960 to 1969 O 1940 to 1949 

2 1975 to 1978 1950 to 1959 O 1939 or earlier 

C 1970 tc 1974 I 



H19. When did the person listed in column 1 move into 



this house (or apartment)? 

1979 or 1980 

1975 to 1978 

: 1970 to 1974 

1960 to 1969 



1950 to 1959 
1949 or earlier 
Always lived here 



H20 . How are your living quarters heated? 

Fill one circle for the kind of heat used most. 

Steam or hot water system 

Central warm-air furnace with ducts to the individual rooms 

(Do not count electric heat pumps here) 
Electric heat pump 
Other built-in electric units (permanently installed in wall, ceiling, 

or baseboard) 

■ 

C Floor, wall, or pipeless furnace 

Room heaters with flue or vent, burning gas, oil, or kerosene 

Room heaters without flue or vent, burning gas, oil, or kerosene (not portable) 

Fireplaces, stoves, or portable room heaters of any kind 

O No heating equipment 



H21a. Which fuel is used most for house heating? 



O Gas: from underground pipes 
serving the neighborhood 
O Gas: bottled, tank, or LP 
O Electricity 
O Fuel oil, kerosene, etc. 



O Coal or coke 

O Wood 

O Other fuel 

O No fuel used 



b. Which fuel is used most for water heating? 



O Gas: from underground pipes 

serving the neighborhood 
O Gas: bottled, tank, or LP 
O Electricity 
O Fuel oil, kerosene, etc. 



O Coal or coke 

O Wood 

O Other fuel 

O No fuel used 



c. Which fuel is used most for cooking? 

O Gas: from underground pipes 
serving the neighborhood 
O Gas: bottled, tank, or LP 
O Electricity 
O Fuel oil, kerosene, etc. 



O Coal or coke 

O Wood 

O Other fuel 

O No fuel used 



H22. What are the costs of utilities and fuels for your living quarters? 
a. Electricity 

$ oo or C Included in rent or no charge 



A verage monthly cost 



O Electricity not used 



b. Gas 
$ 



A verage monthly cost 



00 or ° Included in rent or no charge 
O Gas not used 



c. Water 
$ 



00 OR ° Included in rent or no charge 



Ytarly cost 



d. Oil, coal, kerosene, wood, etc 

$ 

Ytarly cost 



00 OR ° '"eluded 'I rerrt ° r no charge 
O These fuels not used 



H23 . Do you have complete kitchen facilities? Complete kitchen facilities 
area sink with piped water, a range or cqokstovt, and a refrigerator. 

O Yes H O No 



CENSUS 
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H24 . How many bedrooms do you have ? 

Count rooms used mainly for sleeping even If used also for other purposes. 
O No bedroom O 2 bedrooms O 4 bedrooms 
O" 1 bedroom O 3 bedrooms O 5 or more bedrooms 



H25 . How many bathrooms do you have? 

A complete bathroom Is a room with flush toilet, bathtub or shower, and 
wash basin with piped water. 

A half bathroom has at least a flush toilet qr_ bathtub or shower, but dots 
not have all the facilities for a complete bathroom. 

O No bathroom, or only a half bathroom 

O 1 complete bathroom 

O 1 complete bathroom, plus half bath(s) 

O 2 or more complete bathrooms 



H26. Do you have a telephone in your living quarters? 

O Yes i i O No 



H27 . Do you have air conditioning? 

O Yes, a central air-conditioning system 
O Yes, 1 individual room unit 
O Yes, 2 or more individual room units 
O No 



H28. How many automobiles are kept at home for use by members 
of your household? 

O None i O 2 automobiles 

O 1 automobile O 3 or more automobiles 



H29. How many vans or trucks of one-ton capacity or less are kept at 
home for use by members of your household? 

O None O 2 vans or trucks 

O 1 van or truck O 3 or more vans or trucks 



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Appendix E.— Facsimiles of Respondent Instructions and Questionnaire Pages 



FOR YOUR HOUSEHOLD 



Page 5 



Please answer H30-H32 if you live in a one-family house 


which you own or are buying, unless this Is - 






• A house on 10 or more acres 


If any of these, or if you rent your unit or this is a 




multi-family structure, skip H30 to H32 and turn to page 6. 




• A house with a commercial establishment 




or medical office on the properly , 




H30. What were the real estate taxes on this property last year? 


c How much is your total regular monthly payment to the lender? 




Also include payments on a contract to purchase and to lenders holding 


$ 00 OR None 




second or junior mortgages on this property, 
$ 00 OR No regular payment required — Skip to 




H31. What is the annual premium lor tire and hazard insurance on this property? 






page 6 




d 


)oes your regular monthly payment (amount entered in H32c) include 


$ 00 OR None 

H 




payments for real estate taxes on this property? 

Yes, taxes included in payment 




H32a. Do you have a mortgage, deed of trust, contract to purchase, or similar 
debt on thjs property? 

Yes. mortgage, deed of trust, or similar debt 
Yes. contract to purchase 




No, taxes paid separately or taxes not required 


e. 


Does your regular monthly payment (amount entered in H32c) include 
payments for fire and hazard insurance on this property? 


No — Skip to page 6 


Yes, insurance included in payment 




"? No, insurance paid separately or no insurance 


b. Do you have a second or junior mortgage on this property? 

O Yes O No 


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Appendix E.— Facsimiles of Respondent Instructions and Questionnaire Pages 



Page 6 



ANSWER THESE QUESTIONS FOR 



Name of 
Person 1 
on page 2 : 



Firtl name 



Middle initial 



11. In what State or foreign country was this person born? 

Print the State where this person's mother was living 
when this person was born. Do not give the location of 
the hospital unless the mother's home and the hospital 
were in the same State. 



Name of State or foreign country; or Puerto Rico, Guam, etc. 



12. If this person was born in a foreign country - 
a. Is this person a naturalized citizen of the 
United States? 

Yes, a naturalized citizen 
No, not a citizen 
_ Born abroad of American parents 



b. When did this person come to the United States 
to stay? 

: 1975tol980l . 1965 to 1969; : 1950 to 1959 



1970 to 19741 



1960 to 1964; 



Before 1950 



13a. Does this person speak a language other than 
English at home? 

r- Yes :. No, only speaks English - Skip to 14 



b. What is this language? 



(For example - Chinese, Italian, Spanish, etc.) 



c. How well does this person speak English ? 

O Very well O Not well 

: Well O Not at all 



14. What is this person's ancestry? If uncertain about 
how to report ancestry, see instruction guide. 



(For example: Afro-Amer., English, French, German, Honduran, 
Hungarian, Irish, Italian, Jamaican, Korean, Lebanese, Mexican, 
Nigerian, Polish, Ukrainian, Venezuelan, etc.) 

15a. Did this person live in this house five years ago 
(April 1. 1975)? 

If in college or Armed Forces in April 1975, report place 
of residence there. 

Born April 1975 or later - Turn to next page for 

next person 
Yes, this house - Skip to 16 

r— No, different house 

b. Where did this person live five years ago 
(April 1. 1975)? 

(1) State, foreign country, 

Puerto Rico, 
_ Guam, etc.: 

(2) County: „ 

(3) City, town, 
village, etc.: 

(4) Inside the incorporated (legal) limits 
of that city, town, village, etc.? 

Yes No, in unincorporated area 



16. When was this person born? 

Born before April 1965 — 

Please go on with questions I 7-33 

h Born April 1965 or later — 

■™ Turn to next page for next person 



17. In April 1975 (five years ago) was this person 
a. On active duty in the Armed Forces? 

O Yes O No 



b. Attending college? 

_ Yes No 



c. Working at a job or business? 

Yes, full time No 

Yes, part time 



18a. Is this person a veteran of active-duty military 
service in the Armed Forces of the United States? 

If Service was in National Guard or Reserves only, 
see instruction guide. 
C Yes No — Skip to 19 



b. Was active-duty military service during — 

Fill a circle for each period in which this person served. 
: May 1975 or later 
j Vietnam era (August 1964-April 1975) 
O February 1955-July 1964 

Korean conflict (June 1950-January 1955) 
O World War II (September 1940-July 1947) 
C World War I (April 1917-November 1918) 
C Any other time 



19. Does this person have a physical, mental, or other 
health condition which has lasted for 6 or more 
months and which . . . 
a. Limits the kind or amount -55 !-!2 



of work this person can do at a job? . 



O 



o 



b. Prevents this person from working at a job? O O 

c. Limits or prevents this person 

from using public transportation? . . . 



O 



O 



20. If this person is a female — None 12 3 4 5 6 
How many babies has she ever q o O O O O G 
had, not counting stillbirths? 

Do not count her stepchildren 7 8 9 10 11 12 or 

or children she has adopted. O O O O O O 



21. If this person has ever been married — 

a. Has this person been married more than once? 

O Once O More than once 

t 1 

b. Month and year Month and year 

of marriage? of first marriage? 



(Month) 



(Year) 



(Month) 



(Year) 



c. If married more than once - Did the first marriage 
end because of the death of the husband (or wife)? 

O Yes O No 



22a. Did this person work at any time last week ? 

C Yes — Fill this circle if this O No — Fill this circle 

_ person worked full if this person 

™ time or part time. did not work, 

(Count part-time work or did only own 

such as delivering papers, housework, 

or helping without pay in school work, 

a family business or farm. or volunteer 

Also count active duty work, 

in the Armed Forces.) u 

Skip to 25 



b. How many hours did this person work last week 
(at all jobs)? 

Subtract any time off; add overtime or extra hours worked, 

■ 

Hours 



23. At what location did this person work last week ? 

If this person worked at more than one location, print 
where he or she worked most last week. 

If one location cannot be spec/ fled, see instruction guide. 



a. Address (Number and street) 



If street address is not known, enter the building name, 
shopping center, or other physical location description. 

b. Name of city, town, village, borough, etc. 



c. Is the place of work inside the incorporated (legal) 
limits of that city, town, village, borough, etc.? 

O Yes O No, in unincorporated area 



d. County 



e. State 



f. ZIP Code 



24a. Last week , how long did it usually take this person 
to get from home to work (one way)? 

Minutes 



b. How did this person usually get to work last week ? 

If this person used more than one method, give the one 
usually used for most of the distance. 



O Car 

O Truck 

O Van 

O Bus or streetcar 

O Railroad 

O Subway or elevated 

If car, truck, or van in 24b, go to 24c. 
Otherwise, skip to 28. 



O Taxicab 

O Motorcycle 

O Bicycle 

O Walked only 

O Worked at home 

O Other — Specify - 



Per 
No. 

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Appendix E. -Facsimiles of Respondent Instructions and Questionnaire Pages 



PERSON 1 ON PAGE 2 



Page 7 



c When going to work last week , did this person usually — 

Drive alone — Skip to 28 Drive others only 

Share driving Ride as passenger only 



d. How many people, including this person, usually rode 
to work in the car. truck, or van last week ? 

2 _ 4 6 

3 ■■ O 5 7 or more 
A fter answering 24d, skip to 28. 



25 Was this person temporarily absent or on layoff from a job 
or business last week ? 

Yes. on layoff 

Yes. on vacation, temporary illness, labor dispute, etc 

No 



26a Has this person been looking for work during the last 4 weeks? 
r- Yes No — Skip to 27 

b Could this person have taken a job last week ? 

No. already has a |0b 

No, temporarily ill 

No. other reasons (In school, etc.) _ 

Yes. could have taken a ]Ob ' 



27 When did this person last work, even for a few days? 

1980 1978 1970 to 1974 

1979 1975 to 1977 1969 or earlier 

Never worked 



Skip to 
31 d 



28-30. Current or most recent job activity 

Describe clearly this person 's chief job activity or business last week. 
If this person had more than one job, describe the one at which 
this person worked the most hours. 

If this person hod no /ob or business last week, give information for 
last /ob or business since 1 9 75. 



28 Industry 

a. For whom did this person work? If now on active duty in the 
Armed Forces, print "AF" and skip to question 31. 



(Name of company, business, organization, or other employer) 



b. What kind of business or industry was this? 
Describe the activity at location where employed. 



(For example: Hospital, newspaper publishing, mail order house, 
auto engine manufacturing, breakfast cereal manufacturing) 



C Is this mainly — (Fill one circle) 

Manufacturing | Retail trade 
Wholesale trade Other - (agriculture, construction, 
service, government, etc.) 



29 Occupation 

a What kind of work was this person doing? 



(For example Registered nurse, personnel manager, supervisor of 
order deportment, gasoline engine assembler, grinder operator) 



b What were this person's most important activities or duties? 



(For example Patient care, directing hiring policies, supervising 
order clerks, assembling engines, operating grinding mill) 



30 Was this person — (Fill one circle) 

Employee of private company, business, or 
individual, for wages, salary, or commissions 

Federal government employee 

State government employee 

Local government employee (city, county, etc.) 

Sell employed in own business. 

professional practice, or farm — 

Own business not incorporated 

Own business incorporated 



Working without pay in family business or farm 



CENSUS 
USE 



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NW 



29. 

N P Q 

R S T 

U V W 

X Y Z 



31a Last year (1979). did this person work, even for a few 
days, at a paid job or in a business or farm' 



Yes 



No — Skip to 31 d 



b How many weeks did this person work in 1979? 

Count paid vacation, paid sick leave, and military service. 

Weeks 



CENSUS USE ONLY 



31b 



31c 



c During the weeks worked in 1979. how many hours did 
this person usually work each week? 

Hours 



d. Of the weeks not worked in 1979 (if any), how many weeks 
was this person looking for work or on layoff from a job? 

Weeks 



32. Income in 1979 — 

Fill circles and print dollar amounts. 

If net income was a loss, write "Loss" above the dollar amount. 
If exact amount is not known, give best estimate. For income 
received jointly by household members, see instruction guide. 



During 1979 did this person receive any income from the 
following sources? 

If "Yes" to any of the sources below - How much did this 
person receive for the entire year? 
a Wages, salary, commissions, bonuses, or tips from 

all jobs . . . Report amount before deductions for taxes, bonds, 
dues, or other items, 

Yes -*- $ 00 

N 

(Annual amount - Dollars) 



b Own nonfarm business, partnership, or professional 
practice . Report nH income after business expenses. 

■ Yes 

No 



(Annual amount ■ 



00 
Dollars) 



c. Own farm. . . 

Report net income after operating expenses. Include earnings as 
a tenant farmer or sharecropper. 

Yes 
No 



$ 



(Annual amount 



00 
'■ Dollars) 



d Interest, dividends, royalties, or net rental income . 

Report even small amounts credited to an account. 

Y « -*- $ 00 

(Annual amount - Dollars) 



e Social Security or Railroad Retirement . . . 

■ Yes^ $ 

No 



00 
(Annual amount - Dollars) 



f. Supplemental Security (SSI). Aid to Families with 
Dependent Children (AFDC). or other public assistance 
or public welfare payments . . . 



Yes ■*- 
No 



$ 



(Annual amount 



00 
- Dollars) 



g. Unemployment compensation, veterans' payments, 
pensions, alimony or child support, or any other sources 
of income received regularly 

Exclude lump-sum payments such as money from an inheritance 
or the sale of a home. 

■ YeS 

' C No 



(Annual amount 



.00 
Dollars) 



% 



00 



33 What was this person's total income in 1979? 

Add entries in questions 32a 

through g; subtract any losses. 

(Annual amount - Dollars) 
If total amount was a loss, 

write "Loss" above amount. On None 



31d 



5 



32a 



32b 



32c 



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32e 



32f 



32g 

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Appendix F.— Publication and Computer Tape Program 



GENERAL 


F- 
F- 


-1 


PUBLICATIONS 


-1 


Population and Housing Census 






Reports 


F- 


-1 


PHC80-1, Block Statistics . . . 


F- 


-1 


PHC80-2, Census Tracts 


F- 


-2 


PHC80-3, Summary Charac- 






teristics for Governmental 






Units and Standard Metro- 






politan Statistical Areas . . . 


F- 


-2 


PHC804, Congressional 






Districts of the 98th 






Congress 


F- 


-2 


PHC80-SM, Provisional 






Estimates of Social, Eco- 






nomic, and Housing 






Characteristics 


F- 


-2 


PHC80-S2, Advance Esti- 






mates of Social, Economic, 






and Housing Characteristics . 


F- 


-2 


Population Census Reports . . . . 


F- 


-2 


PC80-1, Volume 1, Charac- 






teristics of the Population . . 


F- 


-?. 


PC80-1-A, Chapter A, Num- 






ber of Inhabitants 


F- 


-/ 


PC80-1-B, Chapter B, General 






Population Characteristics. . 


F- 


-2 


PC80-1-C, Chapter C, General 






Social and Economic 






Characteristics 


F- 


-3 


PC80-1-D, Chapter D, 






Detailed Population 






Characteristics 


F- 


-3 


PC80-2, Volume 2, Subject 






Reports 


F- 


-3 


PC80-S1 , Supplementary 






Reports 


F- 


-3 


Housing Census Reports 


F- 


-3 


HC80-1, Volume 1, Charac- 






teristics of Housing Units . . 


F- 


-3 


HC80-1-A, Chapter A, 






General Housing 






Characteristics 


F- 


-3 


HC80-1-B, Chapter B, 






Detailed Housing 






Characteristics 


F- 


-3 


HC80-2, Volume 2, Metro- 






politan Housing 






Characteristics 


F- 


-3 


HC80-3, Volume 3, Subject 






Reports 


F- 


-3 


HC804, Volume 4, Compo- 






nents of Inventory Change. . 


F- 


-3 



PUBLICATIONS-Con. 

HC80-5, Volume 5, Residen- 
tial Finance F— 4 

HC80-S1-1, Supplementary 

Reports F— 4 

Evaluation and Reference 

Reports F— 4 

PHC80-E, Evaluation and 

Research Reports F— 4 

PHC80-R, Reference Reports. F-4 

PHC80-R1, Users' Guide. . F-4 

PHC80-R2, History F-4 

PHC80-R3, Alphabetical 
Index of Industries and 

Occupations F— 4 

PHC80-R4, Classified 
Index of Industries and 

Occupations F— 4 

PHC80-R5, Geographic 
Identification Code 

Scheme F— 4 

COMPUTER TAPES F-4 

Summary Tape Files F— 4 

STF 1 F-4 

STF 2 F-4 

STF 3 F-4 

STF 4 F-5 

STF 5 F-5 

Other Computer Tape Files. . . . F— 5 
P.L. 94-171, Population 

Counts F— 5 

Master Area Reference Files 

1 and 2 (MARF) F-5 

Geographic Base File/Dual 

Independent Map Encoding 

(GBF/DIME) F-5 

Public-Use Microdata 

Samples F— 5 

Census/EEO Special File. . . . F— 5 

MAPS F-5 

MICROFICHE F-5 

STF 1 Microfiche F— 5 

STF 3 Microfiche F-5 

P.L. 94-171 Counts Microfiche. . F-5 



GENERAL 

The results of the 1980 Census of Popu- 
lation and Housing are issued in three 
forms: printed reports, computer tape 



files, and microfiche. Most of the reports 
listed are issued on a flow basis through 
1983. A few may be issued later, such as 
Subject Reports and Evaluation and 
Reference Reports. 

The publications of the 1980 census 
are released under three subject titles: 
1980 Census of Population and Housing, 
1980 Census of Population, and 1980 
Census of Housing. The description of 
the publication program below is orga- 
nized in sections, by census title, followed 
by the reports under each title. It should 
be noted that a number of population 
census reports contain some housing data 
and a number of housing census reports 
contain some population data. Following 
the description of the publication program 
are sections on computer tapes, maps, and 
microfiche. 

The data product descriptions include 
listings of geographic areas for which data 
are summarized in that product. Note 
that the term "place" refers to incorpo- 
rated places and census designated (or 
unincorporated) places, as well as towns 
and townships in 1 1 States (the 6 New 
England States, the 3 Middle Atlantic 
States, Michigan, and Wisconsin). 

Order forms for these materials are 
available, subject to availability of the 
data product, from Data User Services 
Division, Customer Services, Bureau of 
the Census, Washington, D.C. 20233; 
Census Bureau Regional Offices; U.S. 
Department of Commerce District Offices; 
and State Data Centers. After issuance, 
census reports are on file in many libraries 
and are available for examination at any 
Department of Commerce District Office 
or Census Bureau Regional Office. 

PUBLICATIONS 

Population and Housing 
Census Reports 

PHC80-1, Block Statistics-These reports, 
which are issued on microfiche rather 



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than in print form, present population 
and housing unit totals and statistics on 
selected characteristics which are based 
on complete-count tabulations. Data are 
shown for blocks in urbanized areas and 
selected adjacent areas, for blocks in 
places of 10,000 or more inhabitants, and 
for blocks in areas which contracted with 
the Census Bureau to provide block 
statistics. 

The set of reports consists of 374 sets 
of microfiche and includes a report for 
each standard metropolitan statistical 
area (SMSA), showing blocked areas 
within the SMSA, and a report for each 
State dnd for Puerto Rico, showing 
blocked areas outside SMSA's. In addition 
to microfiche, printed detailed maps show- 
ing the blocks covered by the particular 
report are available as well as a U.S. 
Summary, which is an index to the set. 

PHC80-2, Census Tracts-Statistics for 
most of the population and housing 
subjects included in the 1980 census are 
presented for census tracts in SMSA's 
and in other tracted areas. Both complete- 
count data and sample data are included. 
Most statistics are presented by race and 
Spanish origin for areas with at least a 
specified number of persons in the 
relevant population group. 

There is one report for each SMSA, 
as well as one for each of the States and 
Puerto Rico which have tracted areas 
outside SMSA's. In addition, maps show- 
ing the boundaries and identification 
numbers of census tracts in the SMSA 
are available as well as a U.S. Summary, 
which is an index to the set and also 
provides a historical listing of the total 
number of tracts by area. 

PHC80-3, Summary Characteristics for 
Governmental Units and Standard Metro- 
politan Statistical Areas— Statistics are 
presented on total population and on 
complete-count and sample population 
characteristics such as age, race, educa- 
tion, disability, ability to speak English, 
labor force, and income, and on total 
housing units and housing characteristics 
such as value, age of structure, and rent. 
These statistics are shown for the follow- 
ing areas or their equivalents: States, 
SMSA's, counties, county subdivisions 
(those which are functioning general- 
purpose local governments), and incorpo- 
rated places. 

There is one report for each State, the 
District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico. 



This series does not include a U.S. 
Summary. 

PHC80-4, Congressional Districts of the 
98th Congress— These reports present 
complete-count and sample data for 
congressional districts of the 98th Con- 
gress. The reports reflect redistricting 
based on the 1982 elections. One report 
is issued for each of the 50 States and the 
District of Columbia. 

PHC80-S1-1, Provisional Estimates of 
Social, Economic, and Housing Character- 
istics—This report presents provisional 
estimates based on sample data collected 
in the 1980 census. Data on social, eco- 
nomic, and housing characteristics are 
shown for the United States as a whole, 
each State, the District of Columbia, 
and SMSA's of 1 million or more 
inhabitants. 

These data are based on a special sub- 
sample of the full census sample. The 
sample, which represents about 1.6 
percent of the total population, was 
developed to provide users with initial 
data on characteristics of the population 
and housing units for the Nation and 
large areas. 

PHC80-S2, Advance Estimates of Social, 
Economic, and Housing Characteristics— 

These reports present advance sample 
data from the 1980 census including such 
social and economic characteristics of the 
population as education, migration, labor 
force, and income as well as housing 
characteristics such as structural infor- 
mation, mortgage, and gross rent. 

The set consists of 50 paperbound 
reports and includes one report for each 
State and the District of Columbia. No 
report will be issued for the United 
States as a whole. 

Each report presents population and 
housing characteristics for the State, its 
counties or comparable areas, and places 
of 25,000 or more inhabitants. Selected 
data are shown for four race groups 
(White; Black; combined American Indian, 
Eskimo, and Aleut; and Asian and Pacific 
Islander) as well as for persons of Spanish 
origin. 

Population Census Reports 

PC80-1, Volume 1, Characteristics of the 
Population-This volume presents final 



population counts and statistics on popu- 
lation characteristics. It consists of 
reports for the following 57 areas: the 
United States, each of the 50 States, the 
District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and 
the Outlying Areas— Guam, the Virgin 
Islands of the United States, American 
Samoa, and the Northern Mariana Islands 
and the remainder of the Trust Territory 
of the Pacific Islands. The volume consists 
of four chapters for each area, chapters 
A, B, C, and D. Chapters A and B present 
data collected on a complete-count basis, 
and chapters C and D present estimates 
based on sample information, except for 
the Outlying Areas where all data were 
collected on a complete-count basis. 

The population totals presented in 
chapters A and B may differ from the 
counts presented earlier in the PHC80-V 
reports because corrections were made for 
errors found after the PHC80-V reports 
were issued. Chapters B, C, and D pre- 
sent statistics by race and Spanish origin 
for areas with at least a specified number 
of the relevant population group. 

The U.S. Summary reports present 
statistics for the United States, regions, 
divisions, States, and selected areas below 
the State level. The State or equivalent 
Area reports (which include the District 
of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the Out- 
lying Areas) present statistics for the State 
or equivalent area and its subdivisions. 

Statistics for each of the 57 areas are 
issued in separate paperbound reports of 
chapters A, B, C, and D. 

PC80-1-A, Chapter A, Number of In- 
habitants-Final population counts are 
shown for the following areas or their 
equivalents: States, counties, county 
subdivisions, incorporated places and 
census designated places, standard con- 
solidated statistical areas (SCSA's), 
SMSA's, and urbanized areas. Selected 
tables contain population counts by 
urban and rural residence. Many tables 
contain population counts from previous 
censuses. 



PC80-1-B, Chapter B, General Population 
Characteristics— Statistics on household 
relationship, age, race, Spanish origin, 
sex, and marital status are shown for the j 
following areas or their equivalents: 
States, counties (by total and rural resi- 
dence), county subdivisions, places of 
1,000 or more inhabitants, SCSA's, 



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SMSA's, urbanized areas, American Indian 
reservations, and Alaska Native villages. 

PC80-1-C, Chapter C, General Social and 
Economic Characteristics— Statistics are 
presented on nativity, State or country of 
birth, citizenship and year of immigra- 
tion for the foreign-born population, 
language spoken at home and ability to 
speak English, ancestry, fertility, family 
composition, type of group quarters, 
marital history, residence in 1975, 
journey to work, school enrollment, years 
of school completed, disability, veterai. 
status, labor force status, occupation, 
industry, class of worker, labor forco 
status in 1979, income in 1979, and 
poverty status in 1979. In addition, data 
on subjects shown in the PC80-1-B re- 
ports are presented in this report in more 
detail. 

Each subject is shown for some or all 
of the following areas or their equivalents: 
States, counties (by rural and rural-farm 
residence), places of 2,500 or more in- 
habitants, SCSA's, SMSA's, urbanized 
areas, American Indian reservations, and 
Alaska Native villages. 

PC80-1-D, Chapter D, Detailed Popula- 
tion Characteristics— Statistics on most 
of the subjects covered in the PC80-1-C 
reports are presented in this report in 
considerably greater detail and cross- 
classified by age, race, Spanish origin, 
and other characteristics. Each subject 
is shown for the State or equivalent area, 
and some subjects are also shown for 
rural residence at the State level. Most 
subjects are shown for SMSA's of 250,000 
or more inhabitants, and a few are shown 
for central cities of these SMSA's. 

PC80-2, Volume 2, Subject Reports- 
Each of the reports in this volume focuses 
on a particular subject and provides 
highly detailed distributions and cross- 
classifications on a national, regional, 
and divisional level. A few reports show 
statistics for States, SMSA's, large cities, 
American Indian reservations, or Alaska 
Native villages. Separate reports are issued 
on such subjects as racial and ethnic 
groups, type of residence, fertility, 
families, marital status, migration, educa- 
tion, employment, occupation, industry, 
journey to work, income, poverty status, 
and other topics. 

PC80-S1, Supplementary Reports- These 

reports present special compilations of 



1980 census statistics dealing with 
specific population subjects. 

Housing Census Reports 

HC80-1, Volume 1, Characteristics of 
Housing Units— This volume presents final 
housing unit counts and statistics on 
housing characteristics. It consists of 
reports for the following 57 areas: the 
United States, each of the 50 States, the 
District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and 
the Outlying Areas— Guam, the Virgin 
Islands of the United States, American 
Samoa, and the Northern Mariana Islands 
and the remainder of the Trust Territory 
of the Pacific Islands. The volume con- 
sists of two chapters for each area, 
chapters A and B. Chapter A presents 
data collected on a complete-count basis, 
and chapter B presents estimates based on 
sample information, except for the Out- 
lying Areas where all data were collected 
on a complete-count basis. 

The housing totals presented in this 
report may differ from the counts pre- 
sented earlier in the PHC80-V reports 
because corrections were made for errors 
found after the PHC80-V reports were 
issued. Both chapters present statistics 
by race and Spanish origin for areas with 
at least a specified number of the relevant 
population group. 

The U.S. Summary reports present sta- 
tistics for the United States, regions, divi- 
sions, States, and selected areas below the 
State level. The State or equivalent Area 
reports (which include the District of 
Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the Outlying 
Areas) present statistics for the State or 
equivalent area and its subdivisions. 

Statistics for each of the 57 areas are 
issued in separate paperbound reports 
of chapters A and B. 

HC80-1-A, Chapter A, General Housing 
Characteristics— Statistics on units at 
address, tenure, condominium status, 
number of rooms, persons per room, 
plumbing facilities, value, contract rent, 
and vacancy status are shown for some 
or all of the following areas or their 
equivalents: States, counties, county 
subdivisions, places of 1,000 or more 
inhabitants, SCSA's, SMSA's, urbanized 
areas, American Indian reservations, and 
Alaska Native villages. Selected tables 
contain housing characteristics by urban 
and rural residence. 



HC80-1-B, Chapter B, Detailed Housing 
Characteristics— Statistics on units in 
structure, year moved into unit, year 
structure built, heating equipment, fuels, 
air-conditioning, source of water, sewage 
disposal, gross rent, and selected monthly 
ownership costs are shown for some or all 
of the following areas or their equivalents: 
States, counties, places of 2,500 or more 
inhabitants, SCSA's, SMSA's, urbanized 
areas, American Indian reservations, and 
Alaska Native villages. Selected tables 
show housing characteristics for rural and 
rural farm residence at the State and 
county level. Some subjects included in 
the HC80-TA reports are also covered in 
this report in more detail. 

HC80-2, Volume 2, Metropolitan Housing 
Characteristics-This volume presents sta- 
tistics on most of the 1980 housingcensus 
subjects in considerable detail and cross- 
classification. Most statistics are pre- 
sented by race and Spanish origin for 
areas with at least a specified number of 
the relevant population group. Data are 
shown for States or equivalent areas, 
SMSA's and their central cities, and 
other cities of 50,000 or more inhabitants. 
There is one report for each SMSA 
and one report for each State and Puerto 
Rico. The set includes a U.S. Summary 
report showing these statistics for the 
United States and regions. 

HC80-3, Volume 3, Subject Reports- 
Each of the reports in this volume focuses 
on a particular subject and provides highly 
detailed distributions and cross-classifica- 
tions on a national, regional, and di- 
visional level. Separate reports are issued 
on housing of the elderly, mobile homes, 
and American Indian households. 

HC80-4, Volume 4, Components of In- 
ventory Change— This volume consists of 
two reports presenting statistics on the 
1980 characteristics of housing units 
which existed in 1973, as well as on 
newly constructed units, conversions, 
mergers, demolitions, and other additions 
and losses to the housing inventory be- 
tween 1973 and 1980. These reports 
present data derived from a sample sur- 
vey conducted in the fall of 1980. Data 
are presented for the United States and 
regions in report I. Report II has two 
parts: Part A presents data for that group 
of SMSA's (not individually identified) 



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with populations of 1 million or more 
at the time of the 1970 census, and part 
B presents data for that group of SMSA's 
(not individually identified) with popu- 
lations of less than 1 million at the time 
of the 1970 census. 



HC80-5, Volume 5, Residential Finance— 
This volume consists of one report pre- 
senting statistics on the financing of non- 
farm homeowner and rental and vacant 
properties, including characteristics of the 
mortgage, property, and owner. The sta- 
tistics are based on a sample survey con- 
ducted in the spring of 1981. Data are 
presented for the United States and 
regions. Some data are presented by 
'inside and outside SMSA's and by central 
cities. 

HC80-S1-1, Supplementary Reports- 

These reports present statistics from the 
1980 Census of Housing on general char- 
acteristics of housing units for the 50 
States and the District of Columbia, 
counties, and independent cities. 

Evaluation and Reference Reports 

PHC80-E, Evaluation and Research Re- 

ports-These reports present the results 
of the extensive evaluation program con- 
ducted as an integral part of the 1980 
census. This program relates to such 
matters as completeness of enumeration 
and quality of the data on characteristics. 

PHC80-R, Reference Reports-These re- 
ports present information on the various 
administrative and methodological aspects 
of the 1980 census. The series includes: 

PHC80-R1, Users' Guide-This report 
covers subject content, procedures, geo- 
graphy, statistical products, limitations of 
the data, sources of user assistance, notes 
on data use, a glossary of terms, and 
guides for locating data in reports and 
tape files. The guide is issued in loose- 
leaf form and sold in parts (R1-A, B, etc.) 
as they are printed. 

PHC80-R2, History-This report de- 
scribes in detail all phases of the 1980 
census, from the earliest planning through 
all stages to the dissemination of data 
and evaluation of results. It contains 
detailed discussion of 1980 census ques- 
tions and their use in previous decennial 
censuses. 



PHC80-R3, Alphabetical Index of In- 
dustries and Occupations— This report 
was developed primarily for use in 
classifying responses to the questions on 
the kind of business (industry) and kind 
of work (occupation) in which the 
respondent is engaged. The index lists 
approximately 20,000 industry and 
29,000 occupation titles in alphabetical 
order. 

PHC80-R4, Classified Index of Indus- 
tries and Occupations— This report defines 
the industrial and occupational classifi- 
cation systems adopted for the 1980 
Census of Population. It presents the 
individual titles that constitute each of 
the 231 industry and 503 occupation 
categories in the classification systems. 
The individual titles are the same as 
those shown in the Alphabetical Index. 
The 1980 occupation classification re- 
flects the new U.S. Standard Occupational 
Classification (SOC). As in the past, the 
1980 industry classification reflects the 
Standard Industrial Classification (SIC). 

PHC80-R5, Geographic Identification 
Code Scheme— This report identifies the 
names and related geographic codes for 
each State, county, minor civil division, 
place, region, division, SCSA, SMSA, 
American Indian reservation, and Alaska 
Native village for which the Census 
Bureau tabulated data from the 1980 
census. 



COMPUTER TAPES 

Summary Tape Files 

In addition to the printed and micro- 
fiche reports, results of the 1980 census 
also are provided on computer tape in 
the form of summary tape files (STF's). 
These data products have been designed 
to provide statistics with greater subject 
and geographic detail than is feasible or 
desirable to provide in printed and 
microfiche reports. The STF data are 
made available at nominal cost. The data 
are subject to suppression of certain 
detail where necessary to protect confi- 
dentiality. 

There are five STF's (listed below), 
and the amount of geographic and subject 
detail presented varies. STF's 1 and 2 
contain complete-count data, and STF's 
3, 4, and 5 contain sample data. Note 
that the term "cells" used below refers 



to the number of subject statistics pro- 
vided for each geographic area, and the 
number of cells is indicative of the detail 
of the subject content of the file. 

Each of the STF's generally consists of 
two or more files which provide different 
degrees of geographic detail and, in some 
cases, race/Spanish origin cross-classifica- 
tion. For each of the files there is a 
separate tape or tapes for each State, 
the District of Columbia, and Puerto 
Rico. Selected files (STF 1 and STF 3) 
are also produced for Guam, the Virgin 
Islands of the United States, American 
Samoa, and the Northern Mariaoa Islands 
and the remainder of the Trust Territory 
of the Pacific Islands. These tapes are 
issued on a State-by-State basis and are 
followed by a national summary tape for 
the particular file. More complete descrip- 
tions of the STF's than given in the 
summaries below can be found in the 
technical documentation of the specific 
file and in the PHC80-R1, Users' Guide. 

STF 1— This STF provides 321 ceils of 
complete-count population and housing 
data. Data are summarized for the United 
States, regions, divisions, States, SCSA's, 
SMSA's, urbanized areas, congressional 
districts, counties, county subdivisions, 
places, census tracts, enumeration districts 
in unblocked areas, and blocks and 
block groups in blocked areas. The data 
include those shown in the PHC80-1, 
PHC80-3 (complete-count), andPC80-1-A 
reports. 

STF 2-This STF contains 2,292 cells of 
detailed complete-count population and 
housing data, of which 962 are repeated 
for each race and Spanish origin group 
present in the tabulation area. Data are 
summarized for the United States, regions, 
divisions, States, SCSA's, SMSA's, urban- 
ized areas, counties, county subdivisions, 
places of 1,000 or more inhabitants, 
census tracts, American Indian reserva- 
tions, and Alaska Native villages. The data 
include those shown in the PHC80-2 (com- 
plete-count), PC80-1-B, and HC80-1-A 
reports. 

STF 3-This STF contains 1,126 cells of 
data on various population and housing 
subjects collected on a sample basis. The 
areas covered are the same as in STF 1, 
excluding blocks. The data include those 
shown in the PHC80-3 (sample) reports. 



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STF 4-This STF is the geographic 
counterpart of STF 2, but the number of 
cells of data is greater (approximately 
8,400). STF 4 provides data covering 
virtually all of the population and hous- 
ing subjects collected on a sample basis, 
as well as some of the complete-count 
subjects. Some of the statistics are re- 
peated for race, Spanish origin, and 
ancestry groups. Data are summarized for 
areas similar to those shown in STF 2, 
except that data for places are limited to 
those with 2,500 or more inhabitants. 
The data include those shown in the 
PHC80-2 (sample), PC80-1-C, and 
HC80-1-B reports. 

STF 5-This STF contains over 100,000 
cells of data on various population and 
housing subjects collected on a sample 
basis and provides detailed tabulations 
and cross-classifications for States, 
SMSA's, counties, cities of 50,000 or 
more inhabitants and central cities. Most 
subjects are classified by race and Spanish 
origin. The data include those shown in 
the PC80-1-D and HC80-2 reports. 

Other Computer Tape Files 

P.L. 94-171, Population Counts-ln ac- 
cordance with Public Law (P.L.) 94-171, 
the Census Bureau provides population 
tabulations to all States for legislative 
reapportionment/redistricting. The file 
is issued on a State-by-State basis. It 
contains population counts classified by 
race and Spanish origin. The data are 
tabulated for the following levels of 
geography as applicable: States, counties, 
county subdivisions, incorporated places, 
census tracts, blocks and block groups in 
blocked areas, and enumeration districts 
in unblocked areas. For States participat- 
ing in the voluntary program to define 
election precincts in conjunction with the 
Census Bureau, the data are also tabu- 
lated for election precincts. 



Master Area Reference Files 1 and 2 
(MARF) 

MARF 1— This geographic reference 
file is an extract of STF 1 designed 
for those who require a master list of 
geographic codes and areas, along with 
basic census counts arranged hierarch- 
ically from the State down to the block 
group and enumeration district levels and 
is issued on a State-by-State basis. The file 
contains records for States, counties, 
county subdivisions, places, census tracts, 
enumeration districts in unblocked areas, 
and block groups in blocked areas. Each 
record shows the total population by five 
race groups, population of Spanish origin, 
number of housing units, number of 
households, number of families, and a 
few other items. 

MARF 2— This file is the same as the 
MARF 1 with the latitude and longitude 
coordinates for a representative point 
(centroid) in each block group (BG) or 
enumeration district (ED) outside block 
numbered areas. 

Geographic Base File/Dual Independent 
Map Encoding (GBF/DIME)-These files 
are computer representations of the 
Metropolitan Map Series, including address 
ranges and ZIP Codes, which generally 
cover the urbanized portions of SMSA's. 
GBF/DIME files are used to assign census 
geographic codes to addresses (geocod- 
ing). The files are available by SMSA. 

Public-Use Microdata Samples— Public-use 
microdata samples are computerized files 
containing most population and housing 
characteristics as shown on a sample of 
individual census records. These files 
contain no names or addresses, and 
geographic identification is sufficiently 
broad to protect confidentiality. 

There are three mutually exclusive 
samples, the A sample including 5 percent 
of all persons and housing units, and the 



B and C samples each including 1 percent 
of all persons and housing units. States 
and most large SMSA's will be identi- 
fiable on one or more of the files. Micro- 
data files allow the user to prepare 
customized tabulations. 

Census/EEO Special File— Th is file pro- 
vides sample census data with specified 
relevance to EEO and affirmative action 
uses. The file contains two tabulations, 
one with detailed occupational data and 
the other with years of school completed 
by age. The data in both tabulations are 
crossed by sex, race, and Spanish origin. 
These data are provided for all counties, 
for all SMSA's, and for places with a 
population of 50,000 or more. 

MAPS 

Maps necessary to define areas are gen- 
erally published and included as part of 
the corresponding reports. Maps are pub- 
lished for Block Statistics (PHC80-1) and 
Census Tracts (PHC80-2), but must be 
purchased separately from the report. 
Maps necessary to define enumeration 
districts are available on a cost-of- 
reproduction basis. 

MICROFICHE 

Some of the computer tape products are 
available on microfiche. The STF micro- 
fiche are issued for each State or Area 
and for the United States. These include 

STF 1 Microfiche-Data from STF 1 are 
presented in tabular form for all the STF 
1 geographic levels described previously, 
except blocks. 

STF 3 Microfiche-Data from STF 3 are 
presented in tabular form for all the 
STF 3 geographic levels. 

P.L. 94-171 Counts Microfiche-The data 
from the P.L. 94-171 computer file are 
presented in a listing format. 



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The Users' Guide, a reference work on the 1980 census, 
is now available. It consists of: 



• Part A. Text -Covers census data subjects; geographic 
considerations; reports, tapes, maps, and other products; 
services available to users; and many other topics central 
to understanding and using 1 980 census data. 

• Part B. Glossary-Provides detailed definitions of popula- 
tion, housing, geographic, and technical terms associated 
with the census— especially important for people using 
1980 data on tape or microfiche. 

• Sources of Assistance— Furnishes addresses and phone 
numbers of public and private sector organizations offer- 
ing a variety of products and services, such as tape proc- 
essing, area profiles, training, and reference assistance. 

• Updates-Provide information on new developments 
relating to the 1980 census. Each update is keyed to the 
particular point in "Part A. Text" that needs revision. 

Part C, a table finder, and Part D, a guide to tape con tents, 
are planned for publication later. 




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